FCA regulated Prime of Prime brokerage Stater Global Markets has announced that it has added Gold-i Matrix Net as an additional liquidity distribution channel to help drive further growth.
This latest development extends Stater’s partnership with Gold-i, making Stater’s liquidity available to brokers worldwide who use Gold-i’s Matrix, MT4 Bridge and MT5 Gateway products.
Ramy Soliman, CEO, Stater Global Markets says,
We are continually assessing opportunities with market leading companies in order to be an early adopter of premier technology which can improve our ecosystem. The addition of Gold-i Matrix Net for liquidity distribution is a perfect example of this. It adds value by making our liquidity easily accessible to brokers who we may not otherwise reach through our existing distribution channels.
Tom Higgins, CEO, Gold-i adds,
Matrix Net is proving to be in high demand from Prime of Prime brokers and Liquidity Providers wishing to enhance their global distribution network. We already have a strong partnership with Stater Global Markets through their use of our MT4 Bridge and MT5 Gateway and are delighted to be extending this partnership with the addition of Matrix Net. Stater has a reputation for excellence and high quality in all aspects of its business – our clients worldwide will benefit from the availability of Stater’s liquidity within our network.
Matrix Net is an extension of Gold-i’s multi-asset liquidity management platform, Matrix. Gold-i Matrix offers multiple routing and aggregation methods and is Liquidity Provider agnostic, leveraging connections with over 70 Liquidity Providers. It is super-fast and highly flexible, helping brokers worldwide to make more money and reduce risk.
Matrix Net supports FX, CFDs and cryptocurrencies in a single solution which is fully compatible with the Gold-i Crypto Switch.
Stater Global Markets is an FCA regulated Prime of Prime brokerage which offers institutional clients direct access to Tier 1 bank and non-bank liquidity, clearing and institutional grade technology. The London-based firm is a wholly owned subsidiary of SBL Holdings Limited.