INFINOX Partners with Gold-i for Liquidity Distribution through Matrix Net

Maria Nikolova

The FCA regulated FX and CFD broker’s decision to extend its liquidity distribution through a partnership with Gold-i was driven largely by demand from its clients wanting to access its liquidity using Gold-i’s technology.

INFINOX has joined the Gold-i Matrix NETwork, signing an agreement for its multi-asset liquidity to be available through Gold-i’s technology.

The FCA regulated FX and CFD broker’s decision to extend its liquidity distribution through a partnership with Gold-i was driven largely by demand from its clients wanting to access its liquidity using Gold-i’s technology. With Matrix Net, INFINOX’s liquidity will be available to brokers worldwide that use Gold-i’s Matrix (multi-asset liquidity management platform), MT4 Bridge and MT5 Gateway.

Jay Mawji, Managing Director, INFINOX

According to Jay Mawji, Managing Director, INFINOX, “INFINOX is excited to be integrated with Gold-i and to be able to offer pricing through Gold-i’s Matrix Net. This is an important relationship that will allow clients to tap into our liquidity offering through market leading technology.

INFINOX’s growth has been built on key relationships and Matrix Net gives us the tools to develop and build further relationships.”

Tom Higgins, CEO, Gold-i

Tom Higgins, CEO, Gold-i adds, “We continue to add value to our clients by offering the very best liquidity in the market at the best prices. We are therefore delighted that INFINOX has chosen to distribute liquidity through Matrix Net.”

This latest development from INFINOX is a key part of its continued growth strategy. The firm reported a doubling in revenue in the fiscal year ending 2018, making it one of the fastest growing brokers in the UK. It has ambitious plans to diversify its product offering in 2019 and broaden its geographical reach. Authorised and regulated by the FCA, INFINOX is an internationally recognised broker, specialising in FX, CFDs, indices and commodities. For more information, visit www.infinox.com

Matrix Net is an extension of Gold-i’s multi-asset liquidity management platform, Matrix. Gold-i Matrix offers multiple routing and aggregation methods, leveraging connections with over 70 Liquidity Providers. It is super-fast and highly flexible, helping brokers worldwide to make more money and reduce risk.

For further information please visit www.gold-i.com

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