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SGN Securities provides multi-asset order-routing capabilities for institutional asset managers, hedge funds and broker-dealers globally. SunGard connects more than 1,700 buy-side firms to over 250 sell-side firms through SGN’s broker-neutral platform.

You can reach equities and derivatives brokers as well as major dark pools, fixed income desks and algorithmic destinations. Orders may be submitted in FIX or other message formats, as well as from SunGard's trading workstations.

From trade execution to post-trade communication, analytics and reconciliation, SGN Securities helps automate trading processes while providing the audit data necessary to satisfy regulatory requirements.

SunGard's Commissions Management Services (CMS) offers a range of customizable solutions that enable customers to better manage commission flows and consolidate payments for 28(e) eligible services with one broker while maintaining multiple trading relationships. SunGard's CMS platform provides full transparency into the commission management lifecycle, from credit accrual and trade reconciliation to vendor payment management and monthly reporting. Our knowledgeable CMS support team maintains relationships with over 150 research and brokerage vendors, making the transition to SunGard's CMS a painless process.

SGN brokerage services and SunGard's Commission Management Services offered within the United States and Canada are provided by SunGard Brokerage & Securities Services LLC, Member NYSE/FINRA/SIPC.

SGN brokerage services offered throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific are provided by SunGard Global Execution Services Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, No. 469919 * Incorporated and registered in England and Wales No. 3127109 * Registered Office: 25 Canada Square, London E14 5LQ

SunGard Global Execution Services Limited (ARBN No. 132 508 742) is exempted from licensing under Australia Securities & Investments Commission Class Order 03/1099 and is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under UK laws, which differ from Australian laws.