Citadel Securities Deploys FX Pricing to oneZero Data Center in APAC Region

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Citadel Securities

Citadel Securities Deploys FX Pricing to oneZero Data Center in APAC Region

March 4, 2020
Citadel Securities - FX pricingCitadel Securities, a leading global market maker across FX, fixed income, equities, derivatives and ETFs, has deployed FX pricing to oneZero’s data center hosted in Equinix TY3, making its pricing global
within oneZero’s EcoSystem. This will allow Citadel Securities to provide liquidity to a broader range of FX brokers, including current and future oneZero clients located in the APAC region.
oneZero’s EcoSystem is a distribution network that connects over 200 makers and takers for mutually beneficial transactions. Citadel joined oneZero’s EcoSystem in 2018 and now has a presence in its NY4, LD4 and TY3 data centers. The expanded partnership simplifies integration between Citadel Securities and oneZero clients, who can take advantage of a direct fiber-optic connection to Citadel Securities liquidity.
Andrew Ralich, CEO of oneZero Financial Systems, said: “We are excited to expand our partnership with Citadel Securities as they grow in new regions. oneZero’s EcoSystem will help them distribute liquidity to the world’s largest network of downstream brokers.”
Kevin Kimmel, Global Head of eFX at Citadel Securities, commented: “Expanding our partnership with oneZero aligns with our commitment to serving the liquidity needs of the retail FX broker community, particularly in APAC. We look forward to providing even more FX liquidity to oneZero’s global client base as a result of this milestone.”
Citadel has recently hired a new head of e-FX sales division, former Jefferies Senior Vice President of e-FX division Bryan Seegers. Bryan is responsible for overseeing the firm’s execution services as per the details mentioned in his Linkedin profile.
Earlier this year, oneZero has welcomed dxFeed to its Ecosystem. dxFeed will now be delivering market data through the distribution network featuring over 200 makers and takers, who will benefit from its low latency data for multiple asset types (Forex, cryptocurrencies, stocks, rolling futures, indices, commodities).
In January 2020, oneZero also welcomed GCEX, a leading digital technology solutions provider in Cryptoassets and Currencies for the institutional and professional segments, to its network. The firm now offers its liquidity services to a wider client base, one of the largest global networks of multi-asset class liquidity and rounds out the technology firm’s offerings, which include Liquidity Hub (oneZero’s technology platform) and Data Source (oneZero’s business intelligence toolkit). GCEX is authorized and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and provides funds, brokers, asset managers, professional traders and banks with an advanced suite of integrated financial technology products including AI applications, allowing clients to automate on-boarding, offer and trade Cryptoassets and Currencies with tight spreads, deep liquidity from Tier 1 sources and solutions for clearing.

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