Finalto wins Best B2B Liquidity Provider (Prime of Prime) at FMLS Awards 2022

Rick Steves

“The teams at Finalto put in a lot of hard work to ensure our liquidity remained robust through the volatility in 2022. We’re excited to take it to the next level in 2023.”

Finalto has been named Best B2B Liquidity Provider (Prime of Prime) at the Finance Magnates London Summit Awards 2022, on November 23 rd.

The Finance Magnates London Summit Awards has a transparent voting system, with votes cast only by those working within the finance and fintech industry, meaning any win is a show of recognition from the industry.

Further exciting developments in the weeks and months ahead

Matt Maloney, Group CEO at Finalto, commented: “We are delighted to accept the award and thank our clients for their support. The award is testament to the continuous drive and dedication of our people in helping solve our customers’ requirements. Finalto looks forward to further exciting developments in the weeks and months ahead.”

Andrew Biggs, Group Head of Trading and Risk at Finalto, said: “We pride ourselves on the product we can offer clients, so we’re pleased to win this award. We are very thankful to those who voted for us. The teams at Finalto put in a lot of hard work to ensure our liquidity remained robust through the volatility in 2022. We’re excited to take it to the next level in 2023.”

Earlier this year, the company won Best B2B Liquidity Provider at the Ultimate Fintech Awards 2022, which was presented to the company at the iFX EXPO in Cyprus in June. Four previous award wins for its liquidity offering highlight the work Finalto has put into creating a market-leading product.

Finalto: solutions for liquidity, risk management, data, brokerage

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 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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