CMC:Crossing

Is your cross trade monitoring truly comprehensive and intuitive?

The complexity of analysing transactions across multiple venues can be overwhelming. The CMC:Crossing application module reduces complexity by automating analysis and prioritising ease of use. The module identifies trades which have been internally crossed and monitors for potential violations.

Main features

CMC:Crossing offers the following functionality:

  • Monitors across multiple venues
  • Easy configuration of rules and parameters via the integrated rule engine
  • Standardized interface to multiple Order Management Systems
  • Robust case management for alerts
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Clarity

Reduces complexity with analysis across multiple cross-venues

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Efficiency

Lessens manual efforts with automatic analysis of complete transaction flow

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Detection

Eases intuitive workflow with state-of-the-art alert handling

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Standardization

Integrates quickly via standardized interfaces

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Usability

Enables easy roll-out across silos and locations

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Compatibility

Fast and easy implementation

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4 scenarios

Out of the box

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b-next’s partnership with Refinitiv, formerly the Financial and Risk business of Thomson Reuters, provides clients with unparalleled data capabilities to support trading surveillance.

Data capabilities include:

  • Thomson Reuters Machine Readable news, which delivers deep historical news archives and leading edge news analytics directly into CMC:Suite to seamlessly support surveillance.
  • Thomson Reuters Tick History, which offers superior coverage of complete, timely and global microsecond tick data for ongoing surveillance monitoring. Other capabilities include seamless integration of over 400 global cross-asset exchanges.