smartTrade Technologies wins Best e-FX Distribution Platform Award

smartTrade Technologies announces that LiquidityFX, its end-to-end FX trading solution for buy-side, sell-side and brokers, has been awarded Best e-FX Distribution Platform by the 2016 judging panel of FX Week.

This FX Week award recognizes the LiquidityFX distribution module’s efficiency, user friendliness and ability to offer a diversity of trading styles to a variety of clients. Our sophisticated cross-asset market making solution combines a flexible pricing module with a powerful distribution layer which can seamlessly stream liquidity to various interfaces: HTML5 white label UIs, FIX sessions and binary APIs. LiquidityFX supports multiple FX products such as Swaps, Forwards, NDFs and CFDs as well as other cross-asset products and allows access to an increasing number of instruments including emerging markets currencies: Real, Rand, Rupee, Rouble, Renminbi.

“We are pleased to receive this recognition from FX Week. This acknowledged the flexibility and robustness of our highly customizable pricing and powerful distribution modules, which distinguish smartTrade’s offer over other solutions,” commented David Vincent, CEO of smartTrade Technologies. “Many banks, platforms, and brokers have taken advantage of LiquidityFX’s distribution flexibility to create custom distribution strategies, control their flow, grow their business and even create their own liquidity pools. We constantly strive to review and improve our offer and have recently developed additional white labelling functionalities and extended distribution through new multi-bank platforms or bridges to retail platforms. We also launched a fully integrated margin credit module which allows end clients to trade larger amounts, leveraging their cash margin, while brokers can monitor and manage their risk coverage in real time. smartTrade clients can leverage one single scalable system to address all their trading needs and this is what we feel allows our clients to stay ahead of the competition,” he concluded.