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7Hedge has launched exclusive FX services structured to provide clients in developing FX markets with dedicated access to an institutional network of Tier-1 solutions, previously reserved for global conglomerates.
Delivering foreign exchange turnkey solutions for its clients to match, gain and profit from market realities, its diverse customer base of exchanges, hedge funds, high frequency traders, ultra high net-worth individuals and corporates benefit from tailored liquidity and professional treasury solutions.
Services include FX algorithms and an extensive network of prime brokers, coupled with a dedicated expert education programme geared towards the institutional market participant.
Consulting in the areas of liquidity implementation, front-end trading and API technology, including back-office reporting, in addition to clearing and settlement, frees the client from the costly overheads and limitations associated with traditional consulting firms.
The pillars of consultancy, technology solution placement and education have been merged into a single turnkey premium solution by 7Hedge, addressing the structural barriers associated with managing risk for participants in developing hot spot FX markets, such as mainland China.
Michael Siwek, co-founder, says: “Through our exclusive network, buy and sell-side clients, especially in developing FX regions, benefit from a truly tailored liquidity distribution pool resulting in increased execution efficiency. For example, high frequency traders can choose between last-look and non-last-look liquidity pools, thereby reaching optimum fill rates based on trading style.”
Rafah Hanna, co-founder, says: “With data centres in Hong Kong, New York, London, Frankfurt and other key FX hubs, 7Hedge is perfectly positioned to provide its client’s ultra-low latency trading infrastructure. This is where needs and wants merge.”
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