Advanced Markets, the provider of whole liquidity to institutional Fx and prime of prime services has announced the launch of MT5 white label solutions in partnership with ECN platform and technology provider, Fortex.
The partnership allows the creation of a new solution for FX brokers operating on Metatrader platforms and would like to white label Advanced Markets MT5 terminal and get access to all of its markets.
The creation of the new product has been in response to the demand for MT5 platform and give retail brokers the same access to tools as of institutional brokers. It includes a wide range of professional tools for efficient risk and liquidity management and also provides direct high-speed access to global liquidity in a cost-effective way for brokers. In brief, this new product will offer solutions like price book, smart execution routing, sophisticated risk management, flexible revenue generating and more.
Currently, Advanced Markets operated a 100% STP/agency model as per its FCA and AFSL licenses. Fortex’s contribution exploits its flagship MT5 Bridge OMX, its primary gateway to MT5 that enables brokers to use the multi-asset platform to connect to external liquidity providers. The B2B offering is designed for instant trade connection of trade servers to banks and liquidity providers, integrating with institutional liquidity pools like Advanced Markets and many others. Switching to MT5 platform helps clients to streamline their business operations and allow efficient use of resources.
Commenting on the news, Natalia Hunik, Global Head of Sales at Advanced Markets and Fortex said:
“We have built great momentum in extending supreme Advanced Markets liquidity to MetaTrader5 over our flagship Fortex Bridge, OMX. As a result, we are ready to expand the offering with a line of MT5 White Label packages. With MetaTrader5, we help brokerages to tap into the potential of financial markets outside of FX and CFDs as well as enjoying more flexibility in settings, full market depth and a choice of net-based and ticket-based order execution.”