IG teams up with Hong Kong’s m-Finance, provides liquidity, spreads

IG teams up with Hong Kong’s m-Finance, provides liquidity, spreads

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IG, one of Europe’s major forex and CFD brokers, has teamed up with m-Finance, a Hong Kong-based forex/bullion trading solutions provider in Greater China. According to the official announcement, the new strategic partnership will provide m-Finance’s brokerage clients with access to IG’s liquidity and spreads.

The partnership between the two companies would to deliver an optimal trading experience localized for the market in both business terms and technology tailored for m-Finance’s brokerage clients in the region.

“Working closely with m-FINANCE has enabled IG to reach out in a fast and efficient manner to clients across the region. With our close collaboration, clients are getting the best technology, superior pricing, execution and service. Both m-FINANCE and IG have been in this industry for many years. We deal with clients in a transparent way and look forward to many more good years with satisfied customers,” Lars Hornsleth, Head of Institutional in IG, said.

“We are very excited to announce our partnership with IG and look forward to offer the best-in-class trading experience to our brokerage clients in terms of best execution and most competitive prices,” commented Dick Tam, CEO of m-Finance.

M-Finance was established in 2002 and offers trading solutions for forex, bullion and bulk commodities. The company develops products and services, including trading platforms, innovative one-stop trading solutions and comprehensive financial information, STP solutions, automated trading solutions, MT4 bridge, mobile apps, interactive chart, professional trading analysis and other value-added services.

IG is a financial services provider with over 40 years’ trading experience. It was the first company to launch spread betting, and it also offers trading in contracts for difference (CFDs), forex, stocks, bonds, binaries, and Bitcoin. It is primarily regulated by UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), but its subsidiaries have licenses from the authorities in Australia, Japan, South Africa, UAE and Singapore.

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