Neo & Partners Global (NPG), a Singapore firm that specializes in offering electronic trading solutions and recent creator of Asia’s first Trading-Atrium, announced a collaboration with Blackwell Global to establish its Prime of Prime FX Liquidity Pool market access capability as part of NPG’s ecosystem.
The firm explains that hedge funds, family offices, proprietary trading firms, commodity trading advisors and overseas companies are using the Trading-Atrium to set up or strengthen their e-FX trading capabilities not just from Singapore but globally as well. NPG has also partnered with hardware technology leaders to offer low latency for multi-asset class trading.
Mr. Michael Chai, Chief Executive Officer of Blackwell Global, said, “We fully support Neo & Partners Global and their introduction of an innovative trading approach, and in illustrating that our FX solutions offer world class trading facilities, providing enhanced FX liquidity and highly efficient trading opportunities to institutional clients globally, including Money Managers and Proprietary Trading Firms.”
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Mr. Eric Neo Say Wei, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Neo & Partners Global, said, “As part of the Trading-Atrium’s complete Business Eco-system, we have carefully selected to partner with Blackwell Global. Its unique Prime of Prime solutions provide our clients with an effective Straight-Through Processing model, including Direct Market Access to the deepest liquidity from a combination of more than 10 Tier 1 banks and ECNs. Clients will also benefit from the ability to view inter-bank market depth levels, Institutional-class Liquidity, Competitive Pricing via the Best Bid Offer System, Tight Spreads and Effective Risk Management.
With the Trading-Atrium, Asia will have an exciting FX Liquidity Pool destination of Prime of Prime FX trading opportunities, integrated with sophisticated and innovative offerings. Neo & Partners Global is set up to complement the work of the buy and sell-side exchanges, and to grow with them in a mutually beneficial manner. Ultimately, our combined efforts should further strengthen Singapore’s position as a premier international trading hub.”