Trading in the share market has evolved significantly in recent years. Not long ago the ASX was the only place to execute trades in Australia and blocks were typically done with the ‘house broker’ of a stock. Now there are around twenty different venues to execute trades, there are new types of participants, the majority of trading is done using algorithms or direct market access and brokers do not control block flow as they once did. These changes have made it harder for large investors to source liquidity and the way in which they execute orders has a material impact on their performance. Fund managers have been forced to choose between employing dedicated traders and implementing expensive systems or accepting sub-optimal execution and a drag on their performance…until now.