GBE Prime Joins oneZero’s EcoSystem Liquidity Hub

More than 200 firms are now a part of the solutions provider's liquidity hub

Trading solutions provider oneZero announced on Tuesday that GBE Prime is joining its EcoSystem.

“We are pleased to welcome GBE Prime to oneZero’s EcoSystem,” said Andrew Ralich, oneZero’s chief executive officer.

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“I have been impressed by the growth of GBE’s institutional trading volumes, leveraging its retail experience to build a thriving business amidst the convergence between the two markets.”

Regulated in Cyprus and Germany, GBE Prime is the institutional business division of retail broker GBE Brokers.

After developing the retail side of its business, the firm launched GBE Prime in early 2017.

Since then, it has performed well as a prime of prime, working with a diverse set of clients, ranging from hedge funds to professional traders.

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One of many

The company is the latest in a series of firms to join oneZero’s EcoSystem.

A liquidity distribution channel for a number of different asset classes, the trading solutions provider says that there are now more than 200 firms in its EcoSystem.

Amongst them are a number of major market makers and takers, including CMC Markets, LMAX Exchange and Sucden Financial.

“Joining oneZero’s EcoSystem enables us to distribute multi-asset liquidity more broadly to the largest global network of retail brokers, asset managers, and hedge funds,” said Ben Florian Henke, head of GBE Prime.

Henke’s firm is the latest in a string of companies to have joined the oneZero EcoSystem since the start of the year.

In February, Global Market Index joined the liquidity distribution channel. Later that month, Rakuten Securities, a Japanese broker, also announced that it was joining.

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