IS Prime Extends Liquidity Distribution Network with Gold-i Matrix Net
IS Prime has extended its partnership with Gold-i by distributing its multi-asset liquidity via Gold-i’s recently launched Matrix Net.
Matrix Net enables Prime of Prime brokers and Liquidity Providers to distribute liquidity to brokers who use Gold-i’s Matrix, MT4 Bridge and MT5 Gateway products. It leverages Gold-i’s large, global client network, providing discounted costs for liquidity distribution.
Jonathan Brewer, Managing Partner, IS Prime comments, “Gold-i is one of our key technology partners. We have been providing pricing and execution services to users of the Gold-i MT4 Bridge since we launched the business. The addition of Matrix Net strengthens our partnership and provides IS Prime with another global distribution network for our FX, bullion and Index Swap liquidity. It enables both IS Prime and Gold-i to service clients on the Gold-i network in a more efficient way.”
Tom Higgins, CEO, Gold-i adds, “We have had significant interest from Prime of Prime brokers and Liquidity Providers since launching Matrix Net and are delighted that IS Prime has selected Matrix Net to enhance its liquidity distribution network. IS Prime is one of the fastest growing and most prestigious Prime of Prime providers, with a highly competitive liquidity offering. Our clients worldwide will benefit from their presence in our network.”
Matrix Net is an extension of Gold-i’s multi-asset liquidity management platform, Matrix. Gold-i Matrix offers multiple routing and aggregation methods and is Liquidity Provider agnostic, leveraging connections with over 70 Liquidity Providers. It is super-fast and highly flexible, helping brokers worldwide to make more money and reduce risk.
IS Prime provides institutional clients with multi-asset execution across Tier 1 aggregated liquidity venues together with Prime Brokerage services and cutting edge front to back technology. The London-based FCA regulated firm is part of ISAM Capital Markets, which also includes IS Prime Hong Kong and IS Risk Analytics