CFH Clearing Extends Range of Single Stock CFDs

The launch of further important asset classes follows on from CFH’s successful launch in May 2019 of the top traded single stock CFDs from Europe and the US.

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CFH Clearing, TradeTech Group’s award-winning Liquidity Provider and Prime of Prime brokerage, has extended its single stock CFD product range with a wide selection of additional stocks from the US, Europe, Hong Kong and Australia.

This latest development follows on from CFH’s successful launch in May 2019 of the top traded single stock CFDs from Europe and the US.

CFH Clearing can now offer retail brokers and professional traders the opportunity to trade a further 250 US companies as well as additional stock from a range or European Stock Exchanges including FTSE 100, DAX +, CAC40, IBEX35 and AEX25. CFH has also added many of the largest and most traded listed stocks from Hong Kong and Australia which are both key growth regions for the FCA regulated firm.

Matthew Maloney

The single stock CFDs can be traded via CFH’s proprietary platforms as well as MT4, MT5, FIX API .and via its distribution channels. They can be fully cross-margined with all other asset classes. CFH has developed its trading system and back-office solution to enable clients to take single stock liquidity just as they currently access FX, precious metals, commodities and indices liquidity.

Matthew Maloney, CEO, CFH Clearing comments, “As a leading multi-asset Liquidity Provider, we are continually evolving and enhancing our offering in order to provide clients with additional marketing and revenue channels.”

“In response to client demand, we have extended our portfolio of single stock CFDs to include the largest and most traded stocks worldwide. CFH has one of the broadest ranges of asset classes in the industry – this is highly valued by clients, particularly in an increasingly competitive market” concluded Mr Maloney.

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