Retail broker, ThinkMarkets announced on Thursday the launch of its institutional business with a new platform called Liquidity.net, which is registered with and regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
With offices in London and Dubai, the institutional platform will provide multi-asset liquidity provision, and will leverage its prime broker relationships to target banks, brokers, hedge funds, and asset managers.
“We are thrilled to expand our business with an institutional offering,” said Faizan Anees, co-founder and director at ThinkMarkets. “Our prime broker relationships enable us to deliver customized & tailored trading conditions to all participants in the institutional and professional marketplace.”
Partnerships Already in Place
The press release shared with Finance Magnates detailed that Liquidity.net will provide white-label offering through MetaTrader 4, MetaTrader 5, and Integral, aside from the usual prime-of-prime partnerships.
The new institutional platform also partnered with Equinix for meeting the infrastructure needs and is managing multiple data centers across all major global financial centers. It further tapped multiple third-party liquidity providers like oneZero, Spotex, Integral, Fastmatch, and EuronextFX.
“With an established team of professionals and a tried and tested infrastructure, we stand ready to meet the needs clients have in the market. Backed by the safety and security of our FCA license in the UK, we are excited to launch a product offering, which institutional clients can trust and rely on,” Anees added.
ThinkMarkets also brought in industry expert Mukrram Ali to head Liquidity.net and will be responsible for the growth of the new platform globally.
“We are strongly committed to disrupt the market with reliable infrastructure, top-tier prime broking relationships, and our ability to provide access to a unique liquidity offering for our clients,” said Ali.
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