Sucden Financial joins LiquidityFinder

Sucden Financial, with its strong balance sheet and long track record plus a broad range of services, appeals to many segments in the market. The company is therefore another great addition to the LiquidityFinder platform, says Liquidity Finder’s founder, Sam Low

Liquidity Finder Ltd (LiquidityFinder) is pleased to announce that Sucden Financial Limited, a leading international derivatives and FX broker, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority has joined its interactive website

LiquidityFinder is a liquidity solutions search tool that provides a consolidated view of liquidity providers for institutional and professional market participants looking for eFX, CFD, multi-asset liquidity and other OTC electronic markets.

Sucden Financial has been providing institutional FX services for over 30 years and is a leader in international derivatives and (non-bank) Liquidity providing access to not only Spot FX, FX Options and Deliverable FX, but also a broad range of markets, including exchange and OTC traded products, equities and fixed income to a wide variety of clients, including banks, hedge funds, proprietary trading firms throughout the world.

Its financial strength and long standing banking relationships mean it is uniquely positioned to offer institutional clients access to eFX liquidity from top tier banks and select non-banks across multiple execution venues, together with direct ECN access, 3rd party credit intermediation and FX clearing.

Founder of LiquidityFinder, Sam Low said

Sucden Financial, with its strong balance sheet and long track record plus a broad range of services, appeals to many segments in the market. The company is therefore another great addition to the LiquidityFinder platform. As with other providers, the market may know one aspect of their business but may be unaware of others, such as the FX Options desk, deliverable FX, and the fact that they have officially signed up to the FX Global Code.

He further commented “Listing on LiquidityFinder allows Sucden to be included in the market research and due diligence process for any company looking to start up, add or change liquidity providers. Users of the site can now include them in any RFI/RFP message sent out directly to multiple LPs from the comparison pages, with just a few clicks.”

“We are delighted to highlight our leading FX solutions and non-bank FX liquidity service. The LiquidityFinder website provides a convenient tool to benchmark our offering with the rest of the market”, said Peter Brooks, co-Head of eFX at Sucden Financial.

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