It appears to be a busy day for oneZero, as GO Markets, an Australian forex and CFD broker, announced Tuesday that it has joined oneZero’s liquidity ecosystem (oneZero Ecosystem).
GO Markets is the latest in a series of partnerships for oneZero
By teaming up with oneZero, GO Markets expects to expand its eFX institutional offering in LD4. Not only is the broker the second to partner with oneZero today, but it is also the fourth firm in less than a month to join forces with the company.
“The popularity of our API offering has naturally led us to expand our distribution channels and we’re delighted to be up and running with oneZero in LD4,” said Tom Williams, Head of Trading at GO Markets.
“Our partnership allows us to participate in the oneZero EcoSystem and enables their clients to significantly reduce vendor fees when connecting to our liquidity.
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“Allowing clients to connect via their choice of technology vendor is a requirement in today’s highly competitive eFX environment, and we look forward to announcing additional partnerships in the near future.”
oneZero’s Ecosystem encompasses over 200 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 GO Markets’ liquidity.
“GO Markets is a great partner for us because we share a common goal: To enhance the trading experience for financial institutions,” oneZero’s CEO, Andrew Ralich added.
“Also, with over a decade experience, they understand as well as anyone that trading technology is always evolving. We are excited to help them grow by providing them with solutions to expand their institutional offerings.”