FXCM Pro taps TFB’s Trade Processor for liquidity bridging

abdelaziz Fathi

FXCM’s institutional arm, FXCM Pro, has joined forces with Tools for Brokers (TFB), a software developer for FX brokers, to establish a strategic liquidity bridging partnership.

Under this collaboration, FXCM Pro will directly stream its institutional liquidity to TFB clients, facilitating the integration of pricing and trading into their MT4 and MT5 platforms using TFB’s FIX API server. This alliance offers FXCM Pro’s clients an additional option when selecting a technology or bridge provider.

The partnership will also support FXCM Pro’s team in growing ‎out a new value proposition for new and existing clients. Now, they can leverage the capabilities of TFB’s Trade Processor bridge, which is compatible with various trading platforms, including MT4, MT5, cTrader, Match-Trader, and others.

The integration also supports third-party integrations via external FIX API. Moreover, it equips brokers with data analysis features and enhanced risk management tools, all accessible through a user-friendly interface.

Mario Sanchez, Managing Director and Global Head of FXCM Pro Sales, commented: “At FXCM Pro, we are committed to providing our clients with the technology they need to succeed, and this is demonstrated in our partnership with Tools for Brokers. This collaboration gives our clients additional choice when it comes to selecting a bridging provider and by selecting TFB, they will benefit from fast execution, automation and improved market access.”

Alexey Kutsenko, CEO at Tools for Brokers, said, “We are excited to partner with FXCM Pro. Under the partnership, FXCM Pro’s clients will benefit from advanced and fast execution without compromising quality or security. Combining our experience and expertise will create a strong platform for many brokerages and hedge funds, allowing them to scale faster and more sustainably.”

FXCM Pro is the group’s agency trading service aimed at middle-market hedge funds and ‎financial institutions. Leveraging billions in monthly trading volume, ‎FXCM Pro gives clients access to global top-tier banks using their own lines of ‎credit.‎

FXCM Pro also serves as a gateway for retail brokers, small hedge funds, and emerging market banks, offering them access to wholesale execution and liquidity. Additionally, it provides high and medium-frequency funds with access to prime brokerage services through FXCM Prime. The company’s network includes relationships with tier 1 banks, non-bank liquidity providers, prime brokers, and technology vendors, ensuring clients receive top-notch market access.

On the other hand, Tools for Brokers (TFB) is a globally recognized technology provider catering to retail brokers, proprietary trading firms, and hedge funds. TFB operates across various platforms, including MetaTrader, Match-Trader, and cTrader. At the core of its offerings is the Trade Processor liquidity bridge, supported by a comprehensive suite of solutions encompassing data management, reporting, money management, and a single web-based user interface for streamlined management of individual solutions.

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