Australian prime brokerage Invast Global and technology provider oneZero Financial have announced an extension of their partnership. Only a couple of weeks ago the firms jointly announced the deployment of a new liquidity hub in London. Today, the companies are announcing the launch of the new Tokyo Hub, which is the third joint location for the firms after the partnership started in New York.
The Tokyo oneZero Hub is located in the Equinix TY3 data center. The addition of this third location is ensuring seamless access to liquidity globally. Invast Global is now offering FX, metals, index and commodities CFDs via NY4, LD4, and TY3.
Commenting on the launch of the new Tokyo hub, the CCO of Invast Global, James Alexander said: “The addition of the TY3 Hub signals our commitment to delivering the highest quality liquidity to our institutional clientele not just in Tokyo but throughout Asia. We look forward to assisting clients throughout Asia optimize their execution experience through low-latency cross-connected solutions into the new oneZero Hub.”
Liquidity for MT5 Brokers
The news from Invast Global has highlighted a close relationship between the companies, with the expansion of the partnership between the firms being a precursor to a significant announcement.
Invast Global and oneZero are working on a liquidity offering for MT5 retail brokers that includes single stock and futures CFDs. The deployment of such an offering will significantly increase the multi-asset capabilities of retail broker clients that are working with the fifth generation of the most popular software for retail traders, MetaTrader.
“The recent and rapid expansion of our institutional distribution capabilities in cooperation with Invast Global is a testament to the agility of both teams within the evolving liquidity marketplace. oneZero has made significant investments in AsiaPac over the last year, and we have identified institutional liquidity distribution direct from TY3 as a pivotal beachhead for the evolving region,” the CEO of oneZero Andrew Ralich explained.