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Imperative Execution builds trading venue technology.  
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Imperative Execution builds automated trading systems (ATS).
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Imperative Execution was founded by Roman Ginis, a former trader with Cubist Systematic Strategies, the quant trading business of Steve Cohen's Point72 family office.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.cnbc.com/2018/04/17/steve-cohens-point72-ventures-backs-new-trading-site-that-combats-high-speed-traders.html|name=Steve Cohen's Point72 Ventures backs new trading site that combats high-speed traders|org=CNBC|date=December 18, 2018}}</ref> 
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Its first product is the IntelligentCross ATS.  
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Its first product is the IntelligentCross ATS, due to launch in May 2019.<ref>{{cite web|url=|name=|org=|date=}}</ref> 
  
 
== History ==
 
== History ==

Revision as of 15:48, 18 December 2018

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Founded 2016
Headquarters Stamford, Conn.
Key People Roman Ginis
Employees 15 - 30
Products ATS/Dark pool
LinkedIn Profile


Imperative Execution builds automated trading systems (ATS).

Imperative Execution was founded by Roman Ginis, a former trader with Cubist Systematic Strategies, the quant trading business of Steve Cohen's Point72 family office.[1]


Its first product is the IntelligentCross ATS, due to launch in May 2019.[2]

History

Products and Services

Key People

References

  1. Steve Cohen's Point72 Ventures backs new trading site that combats high-speed traders. CNBC.
  2. [ ]. .