CFH Clearing, the FCA regulated FX liquidity and Prime of Prime solutions provider owned by Playtech, has partnered with oneZero Financial Systems to offer local liquidity from New York (NY4) to brokers and banks.
The oneZero ecosystem is a distribution channel of multi-asset class liquidity for the largest global network of brokers, prime brokers and hedge funds. Members are able to deliver their liquidity to other end-customers through oneZero’s Liquidity Hub, as well as manage their trading book and customize their liquidity through comprehensive
credit, reporting and risk management tools.
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.
The partnership will allow CFH to offers local liquidity and connectivity from both New York (NY4) and London (LD4) through oneZero and become a key part of the oneZero hub environment, delivering liquidity to banks, brokers and fund managers in the US and Australia.
Marc Levin, Chief Commercial Officer of CFH Clearing, commented: “This complex integration takes our overall offering to the next level as clients can trade in both LD4 and NY4 with a single centralized back-office account. The ability to offer truly local liquidity in NY4 for the first time enhances our offer to institutional clients in the
US and Australia wishing to connect and trade in NY4. oneZero is a trusted player with reliable and reputable technology capabilities. It made perfect sense for us to partner with a provider who is the market leader in the US and Australia, markets with such huge growth potential. Now we have a robust, scalable solution in place with oneZero and we believe this will be a key driver in furthering our growth globally.”
Andrew Ralich, Chief Executive Officer of oneZero, added: “We have enjoyed working with CFH in London for years and are excited to help drive their global growth. They are a valuable partner, and it is great that our relationship continues to grow as their brokerage scales.”
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.