LONDON and SYDNEY, Australia and JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, June 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FXCM, the leading international provider of online foreign exchange trading, CFD trading and related services, announced that FXCM Pro, the institutional arm of the business, is partnering with Fortex, a leading multi-asset trading technology platform.
The partnership between FXCM Pro and Fortex integrates FXCM Pro’s liquidity with Fortex’s XForce 2.0 platform. XForce 2.0 is a multi-asset trading platform that packs liquidity aggregation, order and risk management, MT4/5 Bridges, FIX API, hosting, and multiple trading GUI into one valued cloud native SaaS offering in NY4/LD4/HK1.
FXCM Pro will combine its world leading multi-asset trading technology solution with Fortex’s market leading service, providing institutions and professional traders with a first-class trading experience and access to key industry platforms.
Daniel Chen, CEO and Co-founder at Fortex, commented: “Fortex specializes in helping enterprise clients innovate and re-orient their trading business to fuel continuous growth. From exchange products to FX/CFD to crypto derivatives, we discover deep values for our clients by leading changes and overcoming pain points, armed with superior computing power and data insights. Our team holds a client first, liquidity neutral and broker agnostic principle. FXCM Pro’s transparent and pure agency model resonates with our core value. We are very excited to partner with FXCM Pro.”
Mario Sanchez, Managing Director and Global Head of FXCM Pro Sales, commented: “FXCM Pro’s liquidity management team continues to work hard to develop partnerships that will enhance execution and trading efficiency. Our latest partnership with Fortex provides us with an additional channel, and we are both aligned in our strategy of easing connection and offering customized trading solutions. Through this partnership, we are ensuring that FXCM Pro's liquidity is easily accessible to a wide pool of brokers, hedge funds and professional traders.”