oneZero Financial Systems has partnered with Global Market Index (GMI UK) to help the FX trading company distribute FX, CFD and cryptocurrency liquidity to oneZero’s network of over 200 makers and takers, oneZero’s EcoSystem.
Andrew Ralich, Chief Executive Officer of oneZero Financial Systems, commented:
“The addition of GMI UK to oneZero’s EcoSystem expands our global institutional client base. We are happy to integrate their API into our distribution network, so EcoSystem takers can have access to a new source for FX, CFD and cryptocurrency trading.”
The UK FCA regulated institutional broker has been awarded with a wide range of honors among its trading industry peers, including best IB support broker, liquidity provider, trading environment, trading platform, introducing broker service plan, forex broker, fastest growing broker, white label service provider, and EA trading platform.
Chis Hossain, Global Head of Institutional Sales – eFX & CFDs at Global Market Index, said: “We are excited to distribute liquidity to oneZero’s large network of retail brokers, asset managers and hedge funds as an EcoSystem partner.”
In late December 2018, Global Markets Index Ltd (GMI UK) partnered with Gold-i to make its multi-asset liquidity accessible to Gold-i’s global client base. The GMI brand was established in 2009 as a provider of highly customised and sophisticated technology and liquidity solutions for institutional clients such as banks, hedge funds, family offices, brokers and high net-worth professional clients.
oneZero, a global leader in innovative institutional and retail FX liquidity and technology solutions, has been announcing new additions to its Ecosystem with great frequency. In 2018, CFH Clearing joined the hub to offer local liquidity from New York (NY4) to brokers and banks.
The oneZero Ecoystem has a number of high profile partners including Alpha Capital Markets, AxiCorp, Broctagon Prime, CFH, CMC Markets, Go Markets, Invast Australia, IS Prime, JFD Prime, LMAX Exchange, Pepperstone, Sucden Financial, Swissquote, Tickmill, and TopFX.
CFH Clearing is part of Playtech’s financial division, TradeTech Group, ever since the $120 million acquisition in 2016. The firm claims to have more than 600 institutional clients in more than 80 countries.