11 November 2019 - Singapore based financial technology provider Tradesocio has added prime brokerage and liquidity provider Global Prime Pty Ltd to its ecosystem of top-tier liquidity and tech solution providers.
Since entering the financial services industry seven years ago, Global Prime has gained international recognition for its superior connectivity to Tier 1 liquidity venues, as well as for its retail and institutional brokerage services.
Specialising in building customised liquidity sourced from top-tier Australian banks, non-banks, ECNs and proprietary algorithms, Global Prime provides connection to 25+ liquidity venues, including Fastmatch, LMAX, Currenex, EBS and Hotspot.
Additionally, to allow seamless access to liquidity from every corner of the world, Global Prime offers dedicated co-located, low-latency hosting and connectivity solutions through PrimeXM’s institutional-grade global infrastructure hosted in the NY4 Data Center in New York.
Using Global Prime technology and advanced connectivity to deep liquidity, brokerage firms integrating Tradesocio’s solutions can gain access to multi-asset liquidity, tailored execution models and market depth.
Tradesocio's users will now have access to the ECN market, NDFs and Index and Commodity CFDs via a Global Prime margin account.
“We are pleased to welcome Global Prime as one of our liquidity providers and to expand our marketplace offering, giving financial institutions who adopt our technology further flexibility to seamlessly connect to and access an extensive range of products,” said Tradesocio CEO Wael Salem.
Speaking about the partnership, Global Prime’s Elan Bension said “Partnering with Tradesocio is a great opportunity for us to make our liquidity solutions available to a greater number of financial services providers worldwide.”
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