Brokeree Solutions integrates with CMC Markets Connect

Rick Steves

Extended functionality of the Liquidity Bridge, like symbol mapping and advanced order routing, allows brokers to customize rules for specific security, accurately configure markups for new symbols, and provide their clients with DMA.

Brokeree Solutions has announced it partnered with CMC Markets Connect to address the demand for a wide portfolio of trading instruments and high-tech solutions that can aggregate quotes from several sources.

Brokeree’s multi-server Liquidity Bridge solution has integrated with the CMC Markets brand that offers liquidity for institutional trading. The integration will allow broker clients to expand their trading instruments offering by accessing more than 10,000 trading symbols, including currency pairs, metals, indices, energy, commodities, equities, and cryptocurrencies.

Liquidity Bridge also features symbol mapping and advanced order routing which brokers can customize for specific security, accurately configuring markups for new symbols, and provide their clients with direct market access (DMA).

Brokeree’s liquidity bridge combines advanced A/B book trade execution, smart liquidity aggregation, and risk management. The software includes a concise web user interface that allows forex brokers to connect to mulitple liquidity providers, configure settings, and download reports. Brokers and dealing desks can edit user parameters distantly from any device.

With a flexible routing system, the bridge allows brokers to choose between hedging client trades at a liquidity provider or b-booking trades at the current price of the LP according to predetermined attributes (e.g. by day, time, client position, account number, account group, and symbol).

The risk management module allows forex brokers to A/B book single trades, and aggregate liquidity providers. Its aggregation engine allows the addition of multiple feed and trade symbols to one MT4 symbol for precise liquidity aggregation. Brokeree’s Liquidity Bridge is offered with a fixed price and no additional volume fees.

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