New York, December 23, 2020 – IntelligentCross, the AI -powered alternative trading system that optimizes execution of institutional equity trades, reported today that its Dec. 1 Charity Trading Day resulted in the donation of more than $50,000 in net commissions to Tuesday’s Children.
Tuesday’s Children, formed in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center, provides a lifetime of healing for families who have been forever changed by terrorism, military conflict or mass violence. This year’s event marked the second annual Charity Trading Day held by IntelligentCross, which was launched in 2018 by its parent, Imperative Execution Inc.
“We deeply appreciate our clients’ enthusiastic support for the IntelligentCross Charity Trading Day,” said Roman Ginis, CEO of Imperative Execution. “Their commissions will go to support Tuesday’s Children’s important mission to offer hope and healing for those affected by tragedy.”
Ginis also cited the support of its new clearing broker, Instinet LLC, which waived its clearing fees on Charity Trading Day. He expressed gratitude to the New York Mets and former pitcher Ron Darling for help raising awareness of the charity trading day.
Launched in 2018 by Imperative Execution, Inc., IntelligentCross is the leading trading venue using AI to achieve high-performing execution of institutional equity trades. Through its adaptive technology, IntelligentCross optimizes order matching while maximizing liquidity, driving significant transaction cost savings for investors. To learn more, visit intelligentcross.com.
About Tuesday Children
Tuesday's Children provides a lifetime of healing families who have been forever changed by terrorism, military conflict or mass violence. Through a time-tested, long-term approach, Tuesday's Children programming serves and supports our nation's military Families of the Fallen; builds resilience and common bonds in communities worldwide recovering from tragedies; and keeps the promise to support all those impacted by Tuesday, September 11th. For more information, please visit www.tuesdayschildren.org