B2Broker Expands Asset Portfolio With NDFs, Reduces Margin Requirements, And Renews Liquidity Packages

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B2Broker, a top liquidity provider, adds Non-Deliverable Forwards (NDFs) to its services, emphasizing its commitment to broad asset coverage and risk management. The company also offers reduced margin requirements, improved institutional liquidity, and competitive commission rates, solidifying its position in the market.

B2Broker, a leading liquidity provider in the FX & crypto markets, proudly announced that Non-Deliverable Forwards (NDFs) have been added to its comprehensive range of liquidity services. This latest expansion illustrates the company’s steadfast commitment to delivering broad asset coverage and unmatched risk management solutions for customers.

B2Broker now supports all major asset classes:

  • Rolling Spot FX & Precious Metals
  • Equity Indices
  • Energies
  • Commodities
  • Crypto Derivatives/CFDs
  • Single Stocks/CFDs
  • ETFs
  • NDFs 

The latest development  reflects B2Broker’s continuous dedication to meeting the diverse needs of its clients, further cementing its position as a leader in the market.

Overview Of NDFs

Non-Deliverable Forwards are critical financial derivatives utilized in international trade to mitigate currency risk. They offer parties the ability to safeguard themselves against potential losses caused by fluctuations in exchange rates between two currencies. 

NDFs operate by exchanging the difference between a fixed exchange rate agreed upon at the beginning of the contract and the current market exchange rate on a set future date. Since NDFs are settled with cash instead of an actual exchange of underlying currencies, they provide a convenient way for companies to manage currency exposure. This is especially important in emerging markets where local currency forwards may not be available or practical. 

NDFs offer a cost-efficient solution for hedging against potential losses for businesses engaged in cross-border transactions. As a result, they are an effective risk management tool with numerous practical applications.

Key Advantages of B2Broker 

B2Broker facilitates currency risk hedging in diverse emerging markets by supporting a wide array of NDF currencies, such as USD/BRL, USD/CLP, USD/COP, USD/IDR, USD/INR, USD/KRW, and USD/TWD.

Moreover, B2Broker has restructured NDFs by offering them as Contracts for Difference (CFDs), providing unparalleled flexibility and convenience to clients. Unlike traditional NDFs that take T+30 days to settle, B2Broker’s clients can have their settlements credited via CFD contracts the following business day.

B2Broker also takes pride in providing the most competitive commission rates in the industry, guaranteeing that its customers always receive the most for their investments. 


Updated Margin Requirements for Traders

B2Broker has recently announced a reduction in margin requirements to 10% for 10 more currency pairs. This change affects popular pairs such as BNB/USD, DSH/USD, TRX/USD, XMR/USD, ZEC/USD, SOL/USD, DOT/USD, LNK/USD, AVA/USD, ATM/USD.

Improved Prime Of Prime Institutional Liquidity

B2Broker has also revamped its PoP institutional liquidity packages, offering a Prime Margin Hedge Account through trusted providers, such as OneZero, PrimeXM, and Centroid. This updated service ensures clients have access to STP|DMA (A book) trading, enabling true market execution and transparency. Moreover, clients can rely on B2Broker’s 24/7 technical support for uninterrupted operations.

To provide an effortless onboarding experience, B2Broker also offers the setup of Prime Margin Accounts free of charge. Clients can further benefit from monthly minimum liquidity fees based on the volume they trade. 

Bottom Line

B2Broker continues to innovate and be at the forefront of industry advancements, setting itself apart as a trusted and reliable partner for B2B businesses around the globe. With over 800 trading instruments across all asset classes, the lowest commissions, and dedicated technical support, B2Broker’s liquidity provision service is unparalleled.

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