09.11.2019

BidFX Adds Jump as Liquidity Partner

BidFX Liquidity Offering Keeps Growing, Adds Jump Liquidity

BidFX welcomes Jump Liquidity; newest liquidity provider on the FX platform

11 September, 2019, London – BidFX, an industry leading EMS designed for the 5 trillion daily FX market, is pleased to announce that Jump Liquidity, one of the world’s leading proprietary trading firms, providing bespoke liquidity to counterparties, has joined BidFX as their newest liquidity provider.

BidFX CRO, John McGrath, commented, “With the rapid expansion of BidFX we are happy to see Jump Liquidity join our EMS in response to high client demand. Their tailored liquidity will enrich the liquidity provision of our platform and provide a bespoke solution for many clients “.

Jump Liquidity’s Head of Distribution, Europe Harry Kent commented “Jump is one of the largest market makers in FX central limit order books and ECNs and we’re excited to continue that trend in our direct business by becoming a new liquidity provider on BidFX for Spot FX, NDF and Precious Metals Trading.”

ENDS

About BidFX

BidFX is a TS company – the market leading provider of electronic trading solutions for the global financial marketplace. For more information visit: www.bidfx.com

About Jump Liquidity

Jump Liquidity was created by the Jump Trading Group, one of the world’s leading proprietary trading firms, to provide bespoke liquidity to counterparties across multiple asset classes. Jump utilizes deep quantitative research to provide alpha driven pricing, delivered through best-in-class trading infrastructure.

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