Britannia Global Markets (BGM), which is the brokerage arm of London-headquartered Britannia Financial Group, announced on Tuesday the launch of its new prime brokerage solution.
Dubbed Britannia Prime, the new services will be focused on the broker’s professional and institutional clientele.
Commenting on the new services, Sam Gunter, Head of Foreign Exchange Trading at BGM, said: “We are delighted to launch our new FX Prime offering which will enable us to better serve our professional and institutional clients.”
“This development is part of the ongoing expansion of Britannia Global Markets, and we remain focused on broadening our foreign exchange and bullion offering and providing exceptional service and value to clients.”
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Access to Multiple Markets
The prime service is regulated under the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority and is offering access to the forex, bullion and non-deliverable forward markets. In addition, the company claims that its offerings will be at competitive prices and flexible terms.
Additionally, the press release shared with Finance Magnates detailed that the clients of the prime brokerage will be given access to markets via both GUI and API of technology providers like Britannia Navigate, Lume FX and PrimeXM.
BGM is known for offering multi-asset trading services in markets like futures and options, forex, equities, bullion and other commodities. Based and regulated in London, the company has been providing dealing services in derivatives since 1986. Last year, it tapped Broadridge for post-trade processing services.
Meanwhile, the demand for prime brokerage services is increasing that prompted many established retail players to jump into the institutional business. Most recently, ThinkMarkets launched Liquidity.net, providing multi-asset liquidity provision to institutions.