BNY Mellon today announced an expansion of its real-time electronic messaging service for ETF order taking. This enhancement is part of an ongoing strategic effort to improve the primary market transactional experience for Authorized Participants (APs) and Market Makers (MMs).
Over the past several months, BNY Mellon has made a number of significant enhancements to its ETF order taking capabilities, consisting of integration with the Bloomberg "BSKT" fixed income basket negotiation tool, custom order approval optionality for ETF portfolio managers, and advancement of its basket execution services. The latest release offers a new global standard to BNY Mellon's clients worldwide for transmitting creation and redemption orders through a proprietary electronic message. The extended message structure supports all order types in all domiciles where BNY Mellon provides ETF Services.
"We are excited to advance our suite of order management solutions and better service the rapidly growing ETF industry by offering a global standard for electronic ETF order placement," said Jeff McCarthy, CEO of Exchange Traded Products at BNY Mellon. "Our infrastructure supports primary market dealing automation and STP through the ability to interact with both liquidity providers and third party primary market dealer platforms."
The benefits to this functionality include speed gains and mitigated risk by eliminating manual entry within BNY Mellon's ETF order taking
Gary Buxton, EMEA ETF Chief Operating Officer at Invesco, said, "BNY Mellon's enhancements across primary market dealing has enabled Invesco to leverage our proprietary primary market dealing platform across our entire European
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