Fintech developer PFSOFT said on Wednesday it has attracted Thai prime broker Maybank Kim Eng Securities as a liquidity provider for its multi-asset trading platform Protrader.
As a result of an integration between the solutions of PFSOFT and Maybank, mutual clients of the two will gain access to global equity and derivative markets using Protrader solutions. The bank offers a wide range of instruments for trading, including forex pairs, equities, equity CFDs/swaps, fixed income, and futures.
“With this integration all of our existing clients as well as those who plan to implement Protrader can now access all of the major equity and derivative markets including US, Europe and Asia using one single and trusted counterparty,” said Roman Nalivayko, global head of business development at PFSOFT.
Thailand-based Maybank Kim Eng Securities is a provider of various types of investment services with 56 branches across Thailand. The company offers prime brokerage, execution, clearing and research services to global hedge funds, asset managers, broker dealers, family offices and professional individuals. It is part of Maybank Group (a leading Asian banking group) and is the largest Thai broker in terms of market share.
Protrader is a multi-asset trading platform with multi-broker connectivity, available to both retail and institutional traders. It is available in desktop, mobile, and web-based versions. Recently, PFSOFT announced the waiver of the $150,000 license fee for the platform.
Protrader features a wide selection of tools for multi-asset trading, including forex, equities, bonds, futures, contracts for difference (CFDs), options and spread betting. It is used by brokerages, white label and technology providers, local marketplaces, funds and proprietary trading companies.
Poland-based PFSOFT is a provider of professional trading technology and solutions to brokers, banks, and exchanges. In addition to Protrader, it is also the developer of Protrader Multi-Connect (PTMC), a trading platform for forex and contracts for difference (CFDs). The software company serves clients from across the world, including in North America, Australia, Asia, Great Britain, Poland, and South Africa.