CFH Clearing Limited, a prime of prime broker and liquidity provider, announced this Thursday that it has partnered with Your Bourse in order to distribute liquidity to the Liquidity Hub client network.
Under the agreement, brokers using the MetaTrader 4 and 5 platforms, will be able to connect to the liquidity provided by CFH Clearing through the Liquidity Hub. According to the statement announced today, brokers will be able to choose from different connectivity options, such as hosting their Liquidity Hub in a Google Cloud to co-location in Equinix LD4, NY4, and TY3 data centers.
Commenting on the partnership, CFH’s Head of European Sales, Paul Groves said in the statement: “As CFH looks to expand its already extensive network and outreach within the market space, Your Bourse adds an important dimension to those plans.”
“Andrey and his team have been well known to us at CFH for many years. We have worked in the past with key individuals within Your Bourse so it is great we can renew the relationships and work to build the partnership over the coming months.”
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Your Bourse expands liquidity options
Your Bourse has been actively expanding the number of liquidity providers available through its Liquidity Hub. As Finance Magnates reported, in the second half of February, FXCM Pro recently partnered with Your Bourse in a deal similar to that announced today.
Not long before this, online trading provider Scope Markets became a partner of Your Bourse Liquidity Hub, allowing the company to add another distribution channel to its portfolio, which will provide further business development opportunities for it during its expansion to new markets.
Speaking on the deal announced today, Your Bourse CEO, Andrey Vedikhin, added: “We are happy to announce the partnership with one of the most renowned liquidity providers in the FX and CFD market.”
“With the flexible pricing and low-cost connectivity options provided by Your Bourse, CFH clients can effectively run down their execution costs as well as exploit Your Bourse’s significant advances in the development of their risk management and reporting systems to fine-tune their execution models and eventually increase revenues.”