Match-Prime, a Cyprus-based liquidity provider that has been operating since last October, has expanded its multi-asset liquidity distribution by joining the Gold-i Matrix NETwork. This will allow Gold-i’s clients to directly access Match-Prime’s liquidity.
“Match-Prime is rapidly gaining traction in the market, and we are delighted they chose to integrate with Gold-i. They are a welcome addition to the Gold-i NETwork and will provide clients with further choice,” Gold-i CEO Tom Higgins said.
A New Player in the Industry
Regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC), Match-Prime is a relatively new player in the trading industry, offering liquidity. The company has adopted an aggressive price structure, starting from a monthly fee of $1,000, to undercut most of its competitors.
As Finance Magnates reported earlier, the company is offering deep liquidity for over 1,000 trading instruments and equities. It specifically targets professional clients and licensed entities on a Prime of Prime model offering.
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Match-Prime’s Managing Director, Andreas Kapsos said: “Our team put a lot of effort into providing our clients with the most optimized technical and trading conditions.”
“At Match-Prime, Brokers get direct access to institutional liquidity on a Prime of Prime model. What’s more, our solution relies on advanced technology providing one of the fastest execution services available with up to 10 levels of market depth.”
Meanwhile, Gold-i is continuously expanding its network of liquidity. It has tapped mostly the leading trading market liquidity providers over the years. Most recently, it integrated Bitfinex to enhance its crypto liquidity.
The company offers FX, CFDs and cryptocurrencies liquidity under the Matrix NET solution.
“We have a really compelling offering for clients who wish to access high caliber Liquidity Providers within our Matrix multi-asset liquidity management platform. They can access a wide range of liquidity that they may not otherwise be able to access directly, and at preferential rates,” Higgins added.