Gold-i has partnered with Chapdelaine FX, a leading agent in the FX space and a division of Tullett Prebon, to offer its spot FX liquidity via the highly flexible, award-winning Gold-i Gate Bridge. The arrangement is part of a new strategy for Chapdelaine FX to offer its institutional liquidity providers access to international retail brokers; extending the product audience and geographic location for institutional makers.
Douglas Borthwick, Managing Director, Desk Manager and Broker on the Chapdelaine FX desk commented, “Gold-i leads the market in terms of the performance, reliability and functionality of its Bridge. We are very excited to be working with Gold-i to offer our highly competitive liquidity to Gold-i’s clients via the Gold-i Gate Bridge. This is a great opportunity for us to broaden our reach.”
Tom Higgins, CEO of Gold-i added, “We are delighted to be working with Chapdelaine FX. This is yet another example of Gold-i using our market leading position to build partnerships with world leading organisations. We hope to build on our relationship by adding further Chapdelaine FX liquidity options to our portfolio in the not so distant future.”
The Gold-i Gate Bridge currently provides access to a choice of 50 liquidity partners, including banks, brokers and Electronic Communication Networks (ECNs). Rich in functionality, it offers many more benefits than a simple liquidity bridge. It can also be used as a liquidity aggregation and distribution tool for institutional clients. For more information about Gold-i, please visit www.gold-i.com
Chapdelaine FX serves global institutional customers as an agent in the FX space; offering a 24hr dealing desk and numerous API and connectivity options in FX.For further information about Chapdelaine FX, please visitwww.chapdelainefx.com.
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