TraderEvolution Global and Centroid team up to further empower multi-asset brokers

Rick Steves

As the partnership between TraderEvolution Global and Centroid Solutions deepens, the trading community stands to benefit from amplified risk management strategies, elevated distribution control, and enhanced client engagement. 

Multi-market trading platform software provider TraderEvolution Global has joined forces with Centroid Solutions, a leading authority in connectivity bridge, risk management, hosting, and infrastructure solutions for the electronic trading sector, as per announcement.

Amidst the intricate intricacies of modern financial markets and the pursuit of multi-asset capabilities by brokerages, maintaining control over product distribution, risk management, and client base management has become paramount.

The collaboration between TraderEvolution Global and Centroid Solutions addresses these critical needs head-on, equipping brokerages with the tools they need to navigate this complex landscape with confidence.

Risk management strategies, distribution control, client engagement

Roman Nalivayko, CEO of TraderEvolution, expressed the company’s commitment to empowering traders and brokerages with innovative solutions tailored to meet the demands of today’s trading landscape.

“Through our integration with Centroid Solutions, brokerages gain unprecedented control over the distribution of their products and the execution of risk management strategies,” Nalivayko stated. This partnership aligns with TraderEvolution’s mission of providing comprehensive tools that drive success.

This collaboration heralds a transformative shift in the world of electronic trading. As the industry continues to evolve, brokerages must embrace multi-asset capabilities while efficiently managing their most valuable asset—their client base.

Cristian Vlasceanu, CEO of Centroid Solutions, emphasized the significance of this collaboration, stating, “By offering precise risk management capabilities and enhanced liquidity management and distribution control, brokerages can optimize their operations and better serve their clients.”

In the face of a rapidly changing trading landscape, this integration caters to the multifaceted needs of brokerages, enabling them to boost operational efficiency, expand their product range, and ensure client satisfaction. Through an intuitive interface designed to manage risk and distribution, the alliance equips market participants with the necessary tools to thrive in an increasingly competitive environment.

As the partnership between TraderEvolution Global and Centroid Solutions deepens, the trading community stands to benefit from amplified risk management strategies, elevated distribution control, and enhanced client engagement.

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