Algos and Execution: How Do You Roll? – Thomas Ascher, Quantitative Brokers

Spencer Doar

Spencer Doar

Associate Editor

Quantitative Brokers spent 2018 building out its global footprint. With offices globally now, the firm offers 24/7 high touch support for its low touch offering – algorithms for best execution. In this video, Quantitative Brokers Executive Chairman Thomas Ascher talks about why traders need liquidity seeking algorithms.

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