10.30.2018

CHF Clearing Partners with oneZero

CFH Clearing (‘CFH’), TradeTech Group’s multi award-winning liquidity provider, today announced its strategic partnership with oneZero Financial Systems, a technology and infrastructure provider for financial institutions and retail brokers.

Through this partnership, CFH will provide banks, brokers and fund managers in the US and Australia, two key growth markets, with locally sourced liquidity and global connectivity from data centres in New York (NY4) and London (LD4) through oneZero’s Liquidity Hub.

Marc Levin, Chief Commercial Officer, CFH Clearing, said: “This complex integration takes our overall offering to the next level as clients can trade in both LD4 and NY4 with a single centralised back-office account. The ability to offer truly local liquidity in NY4 for the first time enhances our offer to institutional clients in the US and Australia wishing to connect and trade in NY4.

“oneZero is a trusted player with reliable and reputable technology capabilities. It made perfect sense for us to partner with a provider who is the market leader in the US and Australia, markets with such huge growth potential. Now we have a robust, scalable solution in place with oneZero and we believe this will be a key driver in furthering our growth globally.”

Andrew Ralich, CEO, oneZero, added: “We have enjoyed working with CFH in London for years and are excited to help drive their global growth. They are a valuable partner, and it is great that our relationship continues to grow as their brokerage scales.”

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