oneZero Financial Systems, a provider of brokerages and trading technology, has upgraded its Liquidity Hub to the release 8.0, which presents new features geared toward improving the capabilities offered by the platform to institutional and B2B clients.
The new version also offers additional tools and more flexibility to simplify their clients’ daily workflow, the company said.
In particular, oneZero rolled out a new design that incorporates Dashboards and Tiles, which provides a means for broker-dealers and market makers to optimize the view of their business. As with all Liquidity Hub upgrades, the new release improves the user experience and expand control functions for their clients operating in the institutional and retail FX, commodities, and futures markets.
Liquidity Hub administrators can also benefit from the option of creating multiple dashboards and save them to a library, which gives them full control across multiple departments and end-users.
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This major update also includes improved functions that empower Margin Accounts and Symbol Settings, along with enhancements to MetaTrader Order Mapping and Volume Bands.
Decreased latency and increased throughput for quote filtering, min/max spread, and general quote processing are also powerful additions that provide oneZero’s Liquidity Hub clients with automated controls to manage quotes in a way that aligns with their business models.
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Commenting on the news, Andrew Ralich, CEO of oneZero Financial Systems, said: “We are thrilled to launch the latest release of Liquidity Hub to help our clients better manage their business. We have reimagined the possibilities of an enterprise trading solution by emphasizing a sleek, modern and intuitive professionally-designed user interface as part of our ongoing effort to support our clients’ growth.”
oneZero provides an automated solution for market connectivity and price distribution, which helps streamline their clients’ offering of multi-asset liquidity feed to a greater pool of exchanges, brokers, and banks.
The group has already been highly active in 2019 with multiple initiatives and several additions to oneZero EcoSystem which offers multi-asset liquidity in one B2B feed and a diverse list of assets for users to select.