A new launch - a liquidity solution for institutional traders in the UK!

By Matea Gucec

Vantage Connect, a liquidity solution for institutions and corporates in the UK, has been made available by international multi-asset trading platform Vantage (Vantage Markets).

The news is part of a larger strategic push by Vantage to grow the institutional side of their business in response to growing demand among hedge funds, family offices, banks, brokers, money managers, and asset managers for specialized trading solutions. It will be formally announced at Finance Magnates London Summit 2022.

Global trade volumes increased by 17.2% YoY in September due to pervasive volatility. Institutions must manage quickly shifting market conditions, such as the LSE widening the spread limit on UK gilts, as well as wider spreads, like those on the CFD and derivatives contracts that are frequently employed in hedging tactics. This poses risks as well as opportunities for institutions.

By utilizing Vantage's extensive liquidity pool to instantly buy and sell complex assets, Vantage Connect enables these institutional clients to manage volatility effectively and take advantage of market opportunities.

Across the whole spectrum of Vantage's services, including in-house designed risk management and their distinctive PAMM, the offering is tailored to the clients' needs (percentage allocation management module). As customers can quickly connect to the service via an API, assuring speed to market, and are covered under Vantage's FCA license, it is rapid and secure.


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