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First Derivatives and FOREX CLUB announce strategic partnership

Wednesday, 13 June 2012
First Derivatives and FOREX CLUB announce strategic partnership First Derivatives (FD), a provider of software and consulting services to global investment banks, brokers and hedge funds has entered a strategic partnership with FOREX CLUB, the online broker. The partnership will enable FOREX CLUB clients to benefit from global access to the largest liquidity pools in the market provided by 12 global banks and institutional levels of pricing, execution and spreads in foreign exchange trading.   http://www.ftseglobalmarkets.com/

First Derivatives (FD), a provider of software and consulting services to global investment banks, brokers and hedge funds has entered a strategic partnership with FOREX CLUB, the online broker. The partnership will enable FOREX CLUB clients to benefit from global access to the largest liquidity pools in the market provided by 12 global banks and institutional levels of pricing, execution and spreads in foreign exchange trading.

 

The agreement is FD’s first partnership with a privately owned retail FX broker based in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). By introducing FD’s Delta Flow™ trading technology, which uses a Direct Bank Access (DBA) model, FOREX CLUB’s global client base are plugged directly into the heart of the foreign exchange market ensuring best quality execution, spreads and pricing. Using the latest standardised connectivity from centralised data centres in the world, FOREX CLUB is now able to provide its clients with ultra-low latency and unlimited connectivity, thereby delivering an institutional level of service across all its platforms including StartFX2, MT4, ActTrader™ and Rumus.


 



 

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