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Price Markets (UK) launches Solid FX ECN platform.

City of London, United Kingdom, 5th June 2014

Price Markets (UK), an FX Prime Brokerage Services provider based in London, has teamed up with Solid FX, a leading non-bank market maker and multi-bank ECN, to launch their latest platform globally to Price Markets’s Institutional client base.

Solid FX is a Foreign Exchange trading platform, providing deep liquidity in virtually every currency pair with near zero latency matching engines, conforming to the business rules seen on regulated exchanges.

Price Markets Prime Brokerage Services decided to on-board Solid FX to its wide range of FX ECN’s in order to further broaden its access to FX liquidity venues via GUI and API and most importantly, to near zero latency matching engines based in London.

We are very pleased to partner with Solid FX. We have already on-boarded a proprietary trading firm on their platform and several others in the pipeline. On-boarding was as straight-forward as it could possibly get and their support team is extremely helpful and even taken into consideration additional algorithms for future release from our clients. It’s an absolute pleasure working with a team like the guys at Solid FX,” shared his experience A.B. Talei, Head of Business Development at Price Markets (UK). “Solid FX has already been integrated and tested with our back-office and post-trade processing software so it’s pretty much a plug-and-play solution for our clients.”

“Since the first contact with Price Markets they show a very pro-active stance. The first client onboarding process was straight-forward and showed Price Markets’ capability and professionalism. As we are already in business with London Capital Group for some years, it make sense for us to intensify the business via Price Markets. We also believe we can add some value towards the existing pool of FX venues, since Solid FX is known for years for their superior technique and flexible ability to create unique custom-made liquidity pools” confirmed M. Westerman, Head of Sales at Solid FX.

With Solid FX added to their range of seven FX ECN’s, Price Markets is now providing access to numerous matching engines in New York, London and Tokyo, further simplifying price discovery and low latency execution across numerous venues for its demanding client base.

About Price Markets (UK)

Price Markets, a trading name of London Capital Group, is an FX Prime Brokerage Services provider based in London, UK which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and listed on the London Stock Exchange. Price Markets provides access to the most established FX and Precious Metals liquidity sources through one single prime brokerage solution via GUI and API connectivity over the Internet or cross-connect directly to the ECN’s. For more information, visit https://pricemarkets.com or https://pricemarkets.com/institutional

About Solid FX

Built upon a robust, modular and highly extensible technology base, the Solid FX trading platform provides unrivalled and ultra high-speed access to a vast pool of spot FX liquidity. Solid FX is the only true multi-bank ECN in mainland Europe, supported by an undisputed central counterparty for clearing and settlement combined with low latency, high reliability and full transparency. Above all Solid FX offers free market access and no execution fees. This makes Solid FX a highly attractive FX venue for anyone in FX trading. Solid FX has the ability to create unique & tailored liquidity solutions to suit every client’s needs. For more information, visit www.solid-fx.com

Thursday, 05 Jun, 2014 / 10:49

Source : http://pricemarkets.com/institutional/

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