Finalto executives to address major FX industry questions at London Summit 2022

Rick Steves

Finalto is sponsoring Finance Magnates London Summit 2022, which will be hosted at Old Billingsgate, London, on November 22-23.

The global fintech provider has become a Mega Platinum Sponsor of the event as well as the Speaker Hall, while also hosting a booth at stand #25.

The 10-year anniversary of the event will, once more, welcome the most influential executives in the fintech industry, who will gather to meet peers, generate business and stay ahead of market trends.

Matt Maloney, Head of B2B at Finalto, and Andy Biggs, Head of Liquidity at Finalto, feature among industry leaders on the speakers list further highlighting the firm’s leading position in FX and CFD solutions, from liquidity, risk and tech for businesses to trading and investment for the public.

The two executives will join many other Finalto representatives on stand #25 throughout the event to meet with anyone interested in discussing liquidity, risk management, data management and fintech.

In addition, they will be showcasing Finalto 360, the firm’s turn-key brokerage solution, as well as its new Prime of Prime liquidity offering.

Finalto’s Matt Maloney to debate and discuss 2022 and what to expect in 2023

Matt Maloney, Head of B2B at Finalto. He will be speaking on the All-Star Roundtable: Mixed Trends at the Centre Stage on November 22nd at 10.50am, alongside six other leading voices.

The discussion will look to debate and discuss 2022 and what to expect in 2023 in online trading, including answering the questions:

How do volatility levels and the looming recession affect trading appetite?

How does consolidation in the crypto market affect CFD trading?

Are new regulations supporting traders or sending them further offshore?

Where are the biggest opportunities for vendors and brokers in 2023?

Finalto’s Andy Biggs on FX evolution, retail brokers’ needs, and choppy liquidity

Andy Biggs, Head of Liquidity at Finalto, will be joining a panel to discuss Prime Time: Liquidity Between Retail and Institutional Trading at the Centre Stage on November 23rd at 11am.

The panel will be discussing how the FX space is evolving, what retail brokers need to do to navigate the “choppy waters of liquidity pools”. They will look to answer the following questions:

What are brokers pain points and how can providers solve them?

How changes in pre-hedging and global code implementation affect retail brokers?

How can brokers increase revenues by leveraging institutional TCA technology?

Finalto provides trading platform, CRM, back-office, liquidity to brokers

Previously known as Tradetech Group, Finalto comprises several B2B brands focusing on liquidity, risk management, financial data and brokerage solutions, and also includes B2C brand Markets.com.

Finalto’s B2B offering enables retail brokers to license its proprietary trading platform, CRM software, back-office and business-intelligence systems, and use its liquidity technology.

Retail brokers get multi-asset execution, prime brokerage services, liquidity and trading tools through Finalto. Liquidity is channeled through a network of ECNs, Tier-I banks, and non-bank liquidity pools, into a single-margin account, providing access to over 800 financial instruments in 7 asset classes through API connections.

These assets are fully cross-margined and accessible through each broker’s choice of technology partner.

Finalto operates Markets.com and offers white label solution for brokers

Finalto also operates retail brokerage brand Markets.com, which leverages the fintech firm’s capabilities to provide a high quality online trading and investment brokerage service offering CFDs and direct market access.

The company also offers customisable platforms in the form of white-label solutions that address clients’ technical and financial challenges.

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