The electronic FX business of ICAP Inc., EBS, is getting a revamped software solution which will bring the variety of platforms that the company offers into a unified experience. The company has
designed a multi-platform HTML5-based solution, with new analytics tools, bridging together a number of platforms.
The company’s EBS Market, EBS Direct and EBS Select platforms will all be available under a single view. The move will deliver to the clients of EBS the ability to trade multiple FX instruments such as spot, precious metals, NDFs and outrights and swaps through the “Everything EBS” HTML5 solution.
The company has been developing the solution over the past two years.
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Everything EBS will be available via HTML5 on a number of select browsers as well as the EBS Workstation, making the solution future-proof. The company announced that it will continue its multi-product expansion throughout 2015 and 2016, as the new platform solution boasts easy scaling which permits easy delivery of new instruments and services.
Chief Technology Officer and Global Head of Products Viral Tolat said in the company’s announcement, “Leveraging the latest technological advances, we have created a pioneering trading platform that is as agile as it is all-encompassing. Fully integrated in one screen and with substantial new features and system upgrades, EBS’s new platform will help customers get to market faster and enrich their overall trading experience.”
“This next generation upgrade will serve us as a model for platform innovation for years to come, applicable well beyond the realms of what we already do today,” he concluded.
The CEO of EBS, Gil Mandelzis, explained, “EBS is offering our customers multiple trading styles and liquidity pools that will keep growing and expanding. The natural and critical next element has been the ability to seamlessly bring it all together and provide our customers globally with the best trading platform and tools possible.”