ArgusFX taps into FX and CFD liquidity from Match-Prime

Rick Steves

For Brokers who wish to test the liquidity solution, Match-Prime has prepared a fast-track onboarding with a three-month free trial period.

Match-Prime has onboarded CySEC-regulated FX and CFD broker ArgusFX as a client of its liquidity services.

The partnership gives the broker full access to deep, multi-asset liquidity for over 1000 instruments, including equities supporting the wide range of ArgusFX’ products.

The FX and CFD liquidity provider is regulated by the CySEC. The firm has recently opened an office in Cyprus, based in what is known to be the capital of Forex trading in order to further expand in Europe and the MENA region.

“Liquidity is a vital aspect for brokers. We’re totally aware of this”, Match-Prime’s chief executive Andreas Kapsos told Finance Feeds in an interview, adding that in order to meet clients’ high expectations, the firm tries to stay one step ahead of the market, focusing on expanding instruments’ offering before a new hype starts.

“If a client wants something specific, our development team does research on the product to see if it is possible to go forward with it. Usually, we get the green light from Match-Trade IT guys.”

The multi-asset offer features more than 1,000 trading instruments available on a single account, including equities. For Brokers who wish to test the liquidity solution, Match-Prime has prepared a fast-track onboarding with a three-month free trial period.

Match-Prime executives like to visit clients to catch up with them as part of proactive customer support. “You’re not just selling. You’re growing with them. Our Head of Trading is on top of everything, having his finger on the pulse. It is important that we treat the client’s business as our own”.

As to ArgusFX, the FX and CFD broker has certainly strengthened its quality service in what is expected to ensure greater onboarding and retention rates for the trading firm.

Christos Drakos, the Executive Director of ArgusFX, explained, “We think of our brand as a pioneer who sets new trends to provide our clients with the most comprehensive financial services available. Our customers can choose from a wide range of products, such as classic forex, commodities, stocks, cryptocurrencies, equity indices and equities. That’s why we were looking for a partner rather than a provider; trustworthy and flexible to help us adapt to market changes. We decided on Match-Prime, and I must say that it was a good decision”.

Andreas Kapsos, the CEO of Match-Prime Liquidity, said: “I am thrilled that our strategy of not only being a liquidity provider but becoming a business partner for brokers brings results in the form of acquiring such brand as ArgusFX, recognized by every forex trader. What concerns most of our clients is whether our technology will allow them to react quickly to changes in the market by adding new and unusual instruments. That’s also what ArgusFX was looking for. I’m glad we’ve met their expectations, and they’ve trusted us enough to become our client. I’m sure we have long and fruitful cooperation ahead of us”.

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