Tradepoint’s passive triangulation algo for synthetic crosses

Product allows regional banks to show passive interest in non-existent pairs where there is no direct market

Better execution: Tradepoint introduces passive or “resting” order algorithm

Tradepoint Systems is handing regional banks a passive triangulation algorithm that promises to help traders achieve better execution as they make new markets in illiquid currency pairs.

The software vendor was driven to implement the upgrade by customers who wanted Twap-style algorithms that require passive participation in order to have no impact on the market.

“Our currency specialist customers must increasingly offer every flavour of client algorithm in every currency pair, regardless of

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