About Trading Screen

TradingScreen® builds the technology that allows hedge funds, mutual funds, and brokers to trade electronically. Its co-founder and CEO Philippe Buhannic revolutionized the trading space with the introduction of the industry's first execution management system (EMS) 14 years ago - he coined the term for this type of platform on his personal blog in 1998. Since then, TradingScreen has grown into a universal platform for global trading, which includes the largest EMS in the world, with more than 1,700 users worldwide. Part of what makes TradingScreen's solution so popular is the fact that all of its products are cloud-based; TradingScreen operates one of the largest software-as-a-service operations in the financial technology space.

Management has held TradingScreen's focus on finding innovative ways to make complicated global markets simple. TradingScreen needs to solve many complicated problems to keep things simple for its clients. To do this, TradingScreen needs the help of talented and driven software designers, coders, client advocates, marketers, and salespeople to keep our technology and services ahead of the state-of-the-art, and the state of the industry.

Mission Statement

TradingScreen's focus is on finding innovative ways to make the complicated global markets simple. Keeping things simple for the markets means solving many complicated problems for the client, streamlining workflows, increasing market transparency, providing trading insights, and delivering our offering as a cost-effective cloud-based solution.

Value Proposition

TradingScreen® aims to simplify the complexity of market fragmentation and the proliferation of asset class and broker specific trading tools by consolidating execution management of both exchange traded and OTC instruments onto a single platform.

The challenge

  • Fragmentation of liquidity
  • High cost of maintaining multiple connections
  • Single broker/single asset class systems lack neutrality & counterparty access
  • Multiple price sources/information overload
  • User ergonomics training requirements for different trading system

A unique truly integrated solution

  • Advanced data normalization and visualization across asset classes.
  • A single set trading tools across counterparties
  • Advanced functionality covering the entire traders' workflow
  • Integration to all major third party workflow components including all leading Order Mangement Systems.
  • Software as Service distribution for rapid low impact implementation

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Team @ TradingScreen

  Philippe Buhannic, CEO and co-founder of TradingScreen, is an industry pioneer. Philippe has stayed on the forefront of global markets and financial technology for more than 30 years...

  Brian Nadzan has more than 20 years of product development experience in the financial services industry; has spearheaded development in electronic trading, position keeping, P&L and risk management, compliance and STP.

  Christopher Kingsbury, Vice President of Technology and Head of Development at TradingScreen, has more than seven years of experience in the electronic trading industry and an additional four years as a systems architect and developer.

  Chris Hollands is Head of European Sales for TradingScreen (UK) Ltd and oversees TradingScreen's global relationships with the leading investment banks and institutional brokers.

  Graham Harman has more than 25 years of international experience in the financial markets. He began his career in 1981 as a stockbroker at Montague, Lobel, Stanley & Co.

  John Gross has more than 30 years of experience as a senior financial executive with broad CFO public and private company experience across several industries including, technology, entertainment, consumer products, and new media.

  Jon Andrews joined TradingScreen in 2000 and is the Global Head of Infrastructure responsible for the engineering & operations of the network, server platform technology, database systems, and security.


CSR Initiatives

The company is an active participant and fundraiser for the JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge in both the New York and London offices, and a TradingScreen employee actually won the NYC Corporate Challenge in 2010.