Centroid complements bridging and execution with MT Proxy’s server networks

Rick Steves

“Their proxy server networks solutions complement perfectly our low latency bridging and execution solutions, achieving an end-to-end optimal trading environment for brokers and their customers” – Cristian Vlasceanu, Chief Executive Officer at Centroid Solutions.

Centroid Solutions has signed a strategic partnership with MT proxy in order to help FX broker meet their needs, from connectivity to low latency, governance, risk management, and execution.

MT Proxy provides custom-built proxy server networks that improve brokers’ operating conditions and protects them against DDoS attacks and latency arbitrage.

The partnership will allow Centroid to enhance its wide range of technology solutions that address risk management, quantitative analytics, bridging, connectivity, execution strategies, and P&L optimization.

Cristian Vlasceanu, Chief Executive Officer at Centroid Solutions, commented: “We are delighted to announce this strategic partnership with MT Proxy and have them as one of our partners.

“Their proxy server networks solutions complement perfectly our low latency bridging and execution solutions, achieving an end-to-end optimal trading environment for brokers and their customers. We look forward to working together, share technical expertise and together help clients benefit from a superior trading infrastructure.”

Kent Riboe, Managing Partner at MT Proxy, said: “We thrive on partnerships with good people, good companies, and good products. Centroid Solutions checks all those boxes. They have an excellent reputation within the industry, and they are well-known for their robust technology and their innovative business solutions. We’re very happy to have them in our partner network, as it will benefit brokers and end-users.”

Advanced Markets and Centroid enhance solutions for FX brokers, traders, asset managers

Centroid has recently enhanced its partnership with Advanced Markets, the ASIC and FCA licensed Prime of Prime liquidity provider. The deal, which follows the first agreement in 2019, is set to deliver world-class solutions for FX brokers, traders, and asset managers.

The firm, which has won Best Risk Management System at the Global Forex Awards 2021 in June, has been selected by SGT Markets for its bridging and aggregation solutions to help better manage liquidity and Centroid24 risk management suite to assist in managing the risks associated with running a multi-asset (Forex and CFD) broker.

Centroid caters to brokers who are in need of a liquidity bridge, order execution management system, risk management, and trading server hosting.

The company has recently appointed Fraser Nelson as Global Business Development Manager to promote its solutions and drive customer growth.

Mr. Nelson brings over a decade of business development and customer management experience within the industry. He joined Centroid from PrimeXM, where he was Senior Relationship Manager. Other roles include Regional Head of Business Development at HF Markets, and Senior Team Leader at Markets.com.

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