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Track 2022

Combinatorial Order Financial Trading

Reducing execution risk for financial investors.

Financial assets are sold in independent and parallel marketplaces resulting in high execution risk for investors. Combinatorial Orders is an all-or-nothing solution using economic and computational modelling that bundles financial assets to reduce execution risk.

Researchers: Robert Woods, Nitin Yadav and Carsten Murawaski
(Faculty of Business and Economics)

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