Algomi knows who has those bonds you want

14 December 2017 in THE BOND MARKET by Tim Binnington

Alt Credit Intelligence from HFM

Having started out as a fin tech start-up for banks only a few years ago, Algomi has grown into a household name for credit asset managers, and now it’s trying to tempt them into selling you bonds, as the firm has teamed up with bond custodians to give buyers a route to bond holders.

Algomi is at its heart a software company, launched in 2012 at around the same time as a new wave of electronic bond markets. It began life as essentially a software provider for dealers, but has become a company on a quest to improve bond market liquidity, with a philosophy that providing better data on a bond’s liquidity, will make the whole market more likely to trade it.

“We run an information product driven by algorithms,” says co-founder and CEO Stu Taylor, “but our edge is that the information is private.”

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