FXCubic, Liquidity Connect Become Exclusive Capital’s Technology Provider

The two companies will strengthen the liquidity and infrastructure of the prime broker.

CySEC-regulated Exclusive Capital announced on Thursday that it has selected FXCubic and Liquidity Connect as the two new technology partners to support trading on MetaTrader 5 platform.

The press release shared with Finance Magnates detailed that FXCubic will connect Exclusive Capital’s platforms into a single aggregator with a bridge and aggregation solution. On the other hand, Liquidity Connect will provide robust hosting and connectivity. It maintains servers in Equinix’s LD4 and NY4 data centers.

“Following a review of technology providers, we selected FXCubic because of its bridge functionality and the professionalism of the team. In particular, we were impressed by the added value features such as thematic symbol creation and copy trading,” said George Hadjinicodemou, Chief Product Officer at Exclusive Capital.

“Its risk monitoring tools such as client risk profiling and automations on the Book will play a critical role in our overall risk management.” 

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The platform approached Liquidity Connect with FXCubic’s recommendation and was impressed with its ‘strong and competitive hosting and connectivity solution’.

Targeting Institutions

Exclusive Capital offers prime brokerage services with products ranging in multiple asset classes. According to its website, it has offices in five countries and onboards clients from 48 countries.

“They are a key client win for us, and we are excited to be partnering with them to assist them to achieve greater operational efficiency and through enhanced functionality, enable them to achieve their ambitious growth objectives,” Wassim Khateeb, Head of Business Development at FXCubic, commented.

Furthermore, FXCubic is becoming a major trading industry technology provider. It partnered with several brokerages that include Broctagon Prime, M4Markets, Equiti Capital, and Libertex for offering liquidity services.

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