Invast Global & oneZero Financial Launch New LD4 Hub

“Over the past 12-18 months, we have seen a significant increase in demand for locally sourced liquidity via oneZero Liquidity Hub instances hosted in our Equinix LD4 DataCenter location” – Andrew Ralich, CEO oneZero Financial

Leading boutique prime broker, Invast Global, is delighted to announce the launch of a London oneZero Hub in Equinix LD4. The new hub will allow retail brokerages to seamlessly connect to the award-winning liquidity of Invast Global.

Invast Global currently offers multi-asset liquidity to retail brokers, hedge funds, proprietary trading firms and banks around the world. The markets available in the new LD4 Hub include FX, Metals, Index CFDs and Commodity CFDs.

Jon Leung, Chief Operating Officer of Invast Global said “We have built a strong relationship with oneZero since implementing our NY4 hub in 2017. Adding the LD4 hub to our coverage will allow our UK and European clients to benefit from our exceptional cross-connected liquidity via their own oneZero bridges.”

Andrew Ralich, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of oneZero Financial stated “Over the past 12-18 months, we have seen a significant increase in demand for locally sourced liquidity via oneZero Liquidity Hub instances hosted in our Equinix LD4 DataCenter location. We are very excited to add Invast to the list of EcoSystem providers available out of LD4. Invast have historically provided a very strong liquidity offering to our mutual clients, backed by a strong regulatory footing, client-focused support model and solid balance sheet.”

Invast Global delivers transparent pre- and post-trade access to approximately 20 bank, non-bank and ECN liquidity providers. The Invast Liquidity team works closely with their clients to ensure the liquidity mix is optimised to suit their client’s trading and execution style.

Invast clients also have access to a suite of execution algorithms covering a variety of orders types to allow them to achieve the best price with minimal value leakage. With the right liquidity, execution methodology and pre and post trade transparency, Invast clients are clearly able to demonstrate best execution for their clients.

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