Spotware Systems, a financial technology firm is making waves in the online trading space as it signs up a new liquidity provider for it’s cTrader Foreign Exchange trading platform. Financial technology provider Spotware Systems has selected Sucden Financial as its latest liquidity partner. Brokers offering Spotware’s direct-access trading platforms, cTrader and cAlgo, can now stream liquidity from Sucden Financial for over 60 currency pairs.
According to Andrey Pavlov, CEO at cTrader Ltd, “Our strategy is to have a wide range of partners and FIX adapters in order to offer our clients fast and reliable executable liquidity in the most efficient way possible. We selected Sucden Financial as they are internationally recognised as delivering fast, deep liquidity with competitive pricing. They have a compelling offering, backed up with a strong history of supplying to the E-FX trading markets.”
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Jonathan Brewer, Head of E-FX Business Development at Sucden Financial comments, “Our new partnership with cTrader provides a great opportunity for Sucden Financial to gain wider exposure in the market. We pride ourselves on our ability to offer the tightest spreads and this external endorsement from Spotware Systems reinforces our position as a reliable and established liquidity provider, with truly competitive pricing.”
Sucden Financial provides platform agnostic liquidity on a 100% STP basis. For organisations requiring technology to access the retail FX market, Sucden Financial also offers a range of white label solutions, tailor-made to suit each client’s specific requirements.
cTrader is Spotware’s flagship NDD and STP trading platform. Spotware provides an easily integrated PaaS (Platform as a Service) solution to broker-dealers, banks and other financial services firms looking to implement and offer manual and algorithmic NDD eFX trading with a complete back-end management system.