Henderson Global Investors Adopts Bloomberg TCA - Bloomberg Transaction Cost Analysis (BTCA) Offers Broker-Neutral, Pre- and Post-Trade Analytics to Optimize Trading Performance - BTCA Meets Compliance Needs and Delivers Performance Assessment with On-Demand Reporting - TCA importance reflects regulatory scrutiny, competition for assets and increased liquidity fragmentation Business Wire NEW YORK -- December 02, 2010 Bloomberg Professional executives announced today that Henderson Global Investors (‘Henderson’), a leading independent global asset management firm with over GBP 59 billion in assets under management, has adopted the Bloomberg Transaction Cost Analysis (BTCA) tool globally for Henderson’s equity business. Henderson will be using BTCA, a dynamic and highly customizable pre- and post-trade transaction cost analysis solution, to get to the root cause of
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