Invast Global & oneZero Financial Launch New Tokyo Hub, Hint at Major Announcement to Come

Leading boutique prime broker, Invast Global, is proud to announce the launch of a Tokyo oneZero Hub in TY3. This development follows on from the unveiling of the Invast LD4 oneZero Hub only three weeks ago.

The addition of the TY3 Hub means that clients around the world can now seamlessly connect to the award-winning liquidity of Invast Global in NY4, LD4 and TY3 for FX, Metals, Index CFDs and Commodity CFDs.

According to Invast Global, the recent series of announcements highlighting a closer relationship between the prime broker and oneZero is a precursor to a major upcoming announcement regarding the launch of a comprehensive liquidity offering, targeted at Retail brokers offering the MT5 platform, encompassing global exchange-connected liquidity for single-stock CFDs and futures CFD. Such an offering would be unique in providing MT5 brokers with global multi-asset capabilities and a more sophisticated offering for their retail clients.

“The addition of the TY3 Hub signals our commitment to delivering the highest quality liquidity to our institutional clientele not just in Tokyo but throughout Asia. This is a very exciting development and we look forward to assisting clients throughout Asia optimise their execution experience through low-latency cross connected solutions into the new oneZero Hub. Stay tuned for more to come.” – James Alexander, Chief Commercial Officer, Invast Global.

Invast’s James Alexander discusses the connectivity of prime of prime liquidity to live markets at Invast’s headquarters in Sydney, Australia

Invast Global, which is backed by listed Japanese parent, Invast Securities Co., offers multi-asset liquidity to retail brokers, hedge funds, proprietary trading firms and banks around the world. With multiple tier-1 prime broking relationships and access to bespoke clearing venues, 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.

Andrew Ralich, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of oneZero Financial stated “The recent and rapid expansion of our institutional distribution capabilities in cooperation with Invast Global is a testament to the agility of both teams within the evolving liquidity marketplace. This latest step into TY3 extends the partnership into a key area of demand within our client base. oneZero has made significant investments in AsiaPac over the last year, and we have identified institutional liquidity distribution direct from TY3 as a pivotal beachhead for the evolving region.

 

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