Fullerton Markets, a New Zealand-based brokerage company, announced on Thursday that it has partnered with oneZero Financial Systems, a provider of multi-asset class software. The agreement will allow the broker to expand the reach of its liquidity by distributing it to the oneZero Ecosystem.
oneZero’s Ecosystem encompasses over 150 participants, including banks, brokerages, and various hedge funds. It is the largest global network of multi-asset class liquidity. Since all members use oneZero’s proprietary software, they will all have access to Fullerton Markets’ liquidity.
Commenting on the partnership, CEO of Fullerton Markets Mario Singh said: “As we widen our global reach and capabilities, we are always on the lookout for partners who can provide efficient and scalable solutions for our expanding business needs. oneZero’s exceptional IT infrastructure, combined with its high level of technical support, is something that we can leverage to better serve our base of global clients. We look forward to a great partnership ahead.”
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Fullerton Markets is the latest broker to share its liquidity with oneZero. Earlier this year, Finance Magnates reported that CMC Markets had formed a partnership with the company in an effort to expand the reach of its multi-asset liquidity feed to a greater pool of accredited financial entities.
Speaking on the deal, Andrew Ralich, the CEO of oneZero Financial Systems, added: “We are thrilled to have Fullerton Markets join our platform. I have been impressed with their leadership and growth over the years and look forward to seeing their capabilities increase as they expand their offerings.”
Fullerton Markets Continues to Expand Its Product Offering
Fullerton Markets is one of the fastest growing brokerage firms in Asia. It offers its clients direct access to the largest financial market in the world, and it provides liquidity from global banks and large ECNs including Credit Suisse, Citibank, Deutsche Bank, FXSpotStream, Hotspot, Barclays and J.P. Morgan.
Back in June, the New Zealand broker announced that it partnered with fintech company Trading Central. According to the statement, the alliance will allow Fullerton Markets to increase its product offering to its client base.