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The evolution of a company that puts clients first

ITG is an independent broker and financial technology provider that partners with global traders and portfolio managers throughout the investment process, from investment decision through settlement. With 15 offices in 9 countries and multi-asset capabilities that support the needs of institutional investors and hedge funds, we combine the power of global reach with the precision of local vision.

 

We founded ITG in 1987 with the launch of the POSIT® crossing network, along with an unwavering commitment to provide actionable investment insights and improved outcomes for our clients.  Over the years, we’ve deepened that commitment by creating a powerful network of intellectual capital, true industry experience, and market-leading technology. We bring together award-winning tools and high-touch expertise to help clients understand market trends, improve performance, mitigate risk, and navigate increasingly complex markets.

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We are your trusted, strategic partner, offering objective insights and guidance through complicated and changing global market structures. Our clients know they can count on us to put their interests first.

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Our liquidity offerings deliver quality matches before others know they exist. Our platforms provide fast, open access to a broad universe of global brokers and providers. Our research and analytics access data is derived from exclusive proprietary sources, delivering in-depth insights other research sources can’t provide. And our trading desk offers deep local knowledge around the globe.

 

 

From the Blog

July 27, 2016

Canadian Microstructure Review – Q2 2016

In recent months the Canadian equity market has undergone significant evolution aimed at keeping trading flows within Canada’s borders. The changes appear to have succeeded in increasing Canadian trading volumes, but the impact on the market is at best unclear.

We have witnessed an increase in Canada’s share of trading in dual-listed securities, alongside a decrease in the MOC auctions’ contribution to total volume. These classic indicators of growing intermediation have been accompanied by a marked increase in Canadian institutional trading costs, both in real terms and versus the U.S. market.

Doug Clark

Managing Director, Head of Research, Canada

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