Execution Management Systems, 2021: Market and Vendor Landscape

This report examines the key trends driving buy-side and sell-side demand for execution management systems (EMSs), and how the vendor landscape is evolving to keep up with client needs. Includes one RiskTech Quadrant.

This report examines the key trends driving buy-side and sell-side demand for execution management systems (EMSs), and how the vendor landscape is evolving to keep up with client needs. The EMS client base is consolidating on both the buy-side and sell-side. As the number of consolidation deals grows, so too does the need for firms to be freed from monolithic legacy systems, in favor of a more dynamic and agile technology stack. Chartis believes that the way forward is with a virtualized trading technology stack, within a cloud-native infrastructure, where interoperable microservice containers can be swapped in, and out, in favor of customized solutions that best suit the needs of increasingly disparate regional and remote trading teams.

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