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MIXIT Adds Pairs Trading and Delta Options Functionality from Credit Suisse

The new functionality will allow MIXIT to offer more sophisticated trading strategies through its OMS/EMS.

MIXIT is offering pairs trading and delta hedge options capabilities with Credit Suisse, according to a press statement. The new functionality gives MIXIT clients of the firm's order management and execution management systems access to more sophisticated trading strategies.

“Creating additional pairs and options trading functionality to our platform really gives us a competitive advantage when joined with a strong order execution partner such as Credit Suisse,” commented Antonio Panos, EVP of MIXIT. “Our partnership with Credit Suisse allows us to expand our product offering and overall value to customers.”

Guy Cirillo, Credit Suisse AES (Advanced Execution Services) Global Channel Sales Manager, said in the release, “Credit Suisse is excited to offer pairs trading and delta hedge AES Options strategies on the MIXIT platform. We’ve worked with MIXIT for years and they’ve been able to add the strategies our customers are demanding, while expediting the integration process,” commented

MIXIT provides order management and execution management systems to the financial trading industry. Credit Suisse and MIXIT have been partners since 2005 and work together to add new products in order to meet buy-side and sell-side trading needs.

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