Capital.com selects Integral’s FX workflow automation technology

abdelaziz Fathi

FX technology company, Integral has announced a long-time partnership with online brokerage group Capital.com, which allows the latter to use Integral’s cloud-based FX workflow automation technology.

Dubbed ‘IntegralFX,’ the in-house solution enables Capital.com to offer bank-grade pricing to their retail trader customer base. Many brokers already tap Integral’s pricing engine infrastructure to facilitate the creation and distribution of many products for each of the customer groups. This allows them to incorporate CFD products and centralize their leveraged products through one provider.

Integral’s end-to-end eFX trading and workflow solution has been specifically built for the broker community. The company’s SaaS technology, available at a fixed subscription cost, enables platforms like Capital.com to focus on growing their business without worrying about additional brokerage fees.

Capital.com will also benefit from connectivity to Integral’s low-latency market data, greater access to multi-asset liquidity sources, and advanced price distribution functionality.

Harpal Sandhu, CEO of Integral, commented: “Our cloud-based SaaS offering has been built with our customers in mind and enables them to grow and outperform their competition. We’re very pleased to be working with Capital.com and further expanding our client base in the broker segment.”

Christoforos Soutzis, Head of Operations at Capital.com added: “We are delighted to work with Integral and provide our clients with live, real-time FX and metals pricing to help them make more informed trading decisions. This partnership affirms Capital.com’s commitment to combine state-of- the-art technology with timely data and insights to help our clients trade and invest with ease and confidence.”

On the technology side, Integral has recently upgraded all aspects of the technology stack for its relationship-based trading platform, FX Inside (FXI). The upgraded FX Liquidity aggregation solution addresses the business needs of brokers, banks, institutional and algorithmic trading clients. Specifically, the web-based trading solution is now available through HTML5 browser and mobile devices, and it enables users to offer a single dealer platform (SDP) to their customers.

This actually catches up with a major shift occurring in the FX market demand for SDP platforms driven by customers’ need for asset class diversification, post-trade support, research and market data.

A cloud-based environment included in the solution allows for complete customization, as well as RFS and ESP trading in spot, outrights, swaps, NDFs, precious metals and CFDs.

Furthermore, Integral deployed the latest FX Inside technology within its Open Currency Exchange (OCX), an FX ECN that connects to over 250 liquidity sources including banks, brokers and asset managers. The OTC venue supplies more than 3,000 market-making streams in NY4, LD4, and TY3.

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