B2Broker integrates Tools for Brokers for an enhanced brokerage experience

Rick Steves

Clients of B2Broker will gain the ability to switch seamlessly between A-Book and B-Book trading, enhancing flexibility and adaptability to market trends.

B2Broker has announced a strategic partnership with Tools for Brokers (TFB), a company specializing in providing top-tier solutions to brokers, liquidity providers, prop trading agencies, and hedge funds.

The provider of liquidity and technology solutions for the crypto, Forex, and financial sectors will integrate TFB’s Trade Processor liquidity bridge to boost the flexibility and efficiency of the liquidity services offered by B2Broker.

Switch seamlessly between A-Book and B-Book trading

Merging B2Broker’s extensive liquidity services with the Trade Processor technology from TFB offers enhanced risk mitigation due to the liquidity gateway’s advanced trade routing features.

Clients of B2Broker will gain the ability to switch seamlessly between A-Book and B-Book trading, enhancing flexibility and adaptability to market trends.

The collaboration will provide B2Broker’s clients with elevated access to major trading platforms such as MT4, MT5, and cTrader, along with the possibility of external FIX API integration for connecting third-party platforms.

The integration also promises an intuitive user interface and advanced analytics through the Trade Processor, facilitating easy access to essential data, comprehensive trading history overviews, and detailed analytics on open position stats, exposure metrics, and server performance.

Tools for Brokers caters to retail brokers, liquidity providers, prop trading firms, and hedge funds, with its technology suite includes data analytics, risk mitigation tools, money management solutions, and a digital hub for managing TFB plugins via the Trade Processor.

B2Broker offers 800 liquidity instruments across eight asset classes, comprehensive payment processing, white-label solutions, and back-office services to various industry players, including forex brokers, crypto exchanges, and multi-asset brokers.

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