Tools for Brokers and Broctagon partner to enhance liquidity access

abdelaziz Fathi

Tools for Brokers (TFB), a global tech provider serving the financial trading industry, has announced a strategic partnership with Broctagon, which provides multi-asset liquidity and forex solutions.

This collaboration aims to improve the trading experience for Broctagon’s clients by integrating TFB’s Trade Processor liquidity bridge, which streamlines access to liquidity.

Broctagon is a multi-asset liquidity and technology provider headquartered in Singapore with over 12 years of established global presence in China, India, Russia, Cyprus, Hong Kong, Thailand and Vietnam. The vendor offers turnkey solutions for brokers, including aggregator technology, brokerage technology solutions, and enterprise blockchain development.

Through this partnership, Broctagon will enhance its ecosystem with the Trade Processor, facilitating easier access to liquidity for its clients. This will not only expand the range of liquidity providers available to Broctagon’s clients but also help in minimizing risks and securing the best prices for various orders, including those placed during market slowdowns.

Commenting on the partnership, Don Guo, the CEO at Broctagon, said: “Our collaboration with Tools for Brokers not only improves our routing and delivery of over 1800 financial instruments but also resonates with our core objective of providing innovative solutions tailored to our clients’ evolving needs. This partnership solidifies both firms’ dedication to driving client success.”

Alexey Kutsenko, the CEO at Tools for Brokers, added: “Broctagon is one of the most reputable and well-known liquidity providers in the sector, so we are very excited about this cooperation. We are confident that their liquidity combined with our technology will provide the most effective product for our clients.”

TFB’s Trade Processor stands out as a comprehensive solution for retail brokers, prop trading companies, and hedge funds. It supports advanced order aggregation and execution, offers flexible configuration, and includes risk management and reporting features. Additionally, it is complemented by a PAMM money management solution and a single platform for all TFB plugins.

TFB provides technology solutions for retail brokers, liquidity providers, prop trading firms, and hedge funds across various platforms, including MT4, MT5, MatchTrader, and cTrader. Its ecosystem centers around the Trade Processor liquidity bridge, backed by data analytics, risk management, money management solutions, and a unified web interface for managing TFB plugins.

Established in 2009, Tools for Brokers provides software solutions to brokerage firms in foreign exchange and cryptocurrency trading. The company is also a provider of risk management utilities such as a Broker Business Intelligence (BBI), which gives additional instruments for analysis and reporting across MT4/MT5 platforms.

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