New York-based POEMS platform provider LiquidityBook has established a new office in London as it looks to serve its growing client base in Europe ahead of MiFID II.
The new office – based in Holborn – will support its expansion into the region after on-boarding eight fund manger clients in London since July this year.
It will be run by Nicholas Thompson, EMEA client services manager, who joined the firm in June from Eze Software.
Demand for LiquidityBook’s portfolio, order and execution management system (POEMS) has grown this year as firms look to meet MiFID II requirements, due to come into effect in January.
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