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cTrader Integrates with TradeTech Alpha, provides partner network with robust multi-asset liquidity pools backed by industry’s largest balance sheet


Spotware Systems, the developer of the popular cTrader platform has announced a new integration with leading FCA regulated institutional multi asset liquidity provider TradeTech Alpha, wholly owned subsidiary of Playtech (LSE: PTEC).

cTrader is known for its direct FIX connectivity abilities which allows the hosted platform to be plugged into any counterparty for both receiving quotes from price feeds and sending orders to counterparties (such as Alpha) through trade feeds. This allows brokers to integrate with their preferred LPs, ECNs or Prime Brokers.

The new integration with cTrader supports the full range of products offered by Alpha which includes Forex and CFDs on indices, metals, energies and a complete range of global equities.

“We are pleased to be integrated with TradeTech Alpha who have a great portfolio of products which I personally see as complementary to cTrader’s capabilities as an STP enabled multi asset platform. Moreover, TradeTech Alpha’s product range has already won over a number of our existing clients hence Spotware actioning this client driven request.” Commented James Glyde, Chief Commercial Officer at Spotware Systems.

“We are excited about the integration with cTrader. They have a great product and in the space right now we plug a gap in the market, which is a robust multi-asset liquidity pool and stability and financial security in an LP.  Our two companies make a great combination for start-up and larger more mature users of the Spotware products.” Commented Muhammad Rasoul, Director at TradeTech Group.

cTrader is equipped with many features designed around brokers who offer Equity CFDs helping users to understand these new and increasingly popular products.

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