Ancerno Enhances Trade-ZoomTM To Provide Superior TCA Capabilities

New York - 14 June 2010

New Features Include Improved Graphic and Reporting Capabilities And Faster Performance

Ancerno, Ltd. (formerly a unit of Abel/Noser Corp.), a leading provider of Transaction Cost Analysis (TCA) products and services, announced today that it has completed a strategic improvement project on it Trade-Zoom, its flagship post-trade product. Trade-Zoom allows brokers, investment advisors, plan sponsors and other investors to measure trading performance, compare their results to peers, and manage best execution requirements. The project, part of Ancerno's overall migration to a web-based delivery platform, also includes improvements to functionality, graphing, reporting and performance.

"The new features in the latest version of Trade-Zoom will allow customers to analyze their trading more effectively," says James Noser, President at Ancerno. "The product's enhanced graphing and reporting capabilities, combined with faster performance and web-delivery, distinguish Trade-Zoom from the competition."

Improvements to StockLenz, Trade-Zoom's graphing utility offer users the ability to graph multiple trades simultaneously over single or multiple days and to display additional market data on the graph.

Reporting capabilities have also been expanded. Users can generate custom, printable Excel or PDF reports directly through the application, greatly improving delivery time. Users will also be able to view up to 36 months of results to gauge changes in their performance over time.

Trade-Zoom represents Ancerno's second web-enabled product release of 2010. In March the company launched its pre-trade application, Trade CompassTM.

Existing customers can migrate to the new delivery method or retain their legacy systems. New customers will be offered the enhanced web-based products.

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