by TradeSocio, November 18, 2019
Tradesocio’s liquidity ecosystem continues to expand. Our recent addition to our Liquidity Marketplace, liquidity provider and prime brokerage Global Prime is a reputed financial services and technology company with seven years of expertise in the financial markets.
With a solid footprint in Australia, but also enjoying international recognition for its enhanced connectivity to deep liquidity sourced from top-tier banks and non-banks, Global Prime offers financial institutions the freedom to connect with more than 25 liquidity venues, including Fastmatch, LMAX, Currenex, EBS, and Hotspot.
To enable seamless connectivity to liquidity, Global Prime offers co-located, low-latency hosting and connectivity solutions through PrimeXM’s institutional-grade infrastructure hosted in the NY4 Data Center in New York.
With Global Prime technology, financial services providers integrating our technology gain the competitive edge to design bespoke portfolios based on client-specific criteria relating to risk and asset preference, while having the unique ability to tailor execution models and market depth to their needs.
Now Tradesocio’s partnering brokerage firms can also enjoy the advantage of integrating Global Prime as a liquidity provider and gain full control over their data exchange with their execution venue of choice via FIX API. The FIX protocol alongside Global Prime’s proprietary algorithms enhances financial institutions’ capacity to access a wide range of liquidity solutions with multi-market entry capabilities. In turn, this equates to greater flexibility to develop bespoke multi-asset portfolios. Find out more here.
Speaking about the partnership with Global Prime, CEO Wael Salem said: “It’s a real pleasure to welcome Global Prime to our Liquidity Marketplace. This partnership brings us one step closer to our main goal, that of offering a technology hub of choice for financial services providers worldwide”.
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