oneZero, a global leader in multi-asset enterprise trading technology solutions, today announced that Invast Global’s Australian headquarters has selected oneZero for its core trading technology needs across its institutional business. replacing several systems in place.
As an award-winning multi-asset premier service provider, Invast Global offers trading solutions for a wide variety of institutional market participants and sophisticated financial services clients. The oneZero solution now handles the complexities of an institutional business that provides services through servers in London, New York and Tokyowhile adding a reporting sophistication that helps define their trading and hedging strategies for competitive performance and profitability.
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Invast Global took servers in London, New York and Tokyo, with real-time data center replication to ensure maximum resiliency across their entire global footprint to optimize customer experience. From price formation, credit verification, trade routing to execution, oneZero provides granular-level reporting at every stage of the trade lifecycle to ensure optimal latency in every production environment.
Jacques Alexander, Chief Commercial Officer of Invast Global, said, “The oneZero team’s deep understanding of our complex workflows and ability to create a bespoke solution for us was impressive. The granularity of analysis we now have gives us confidence that every element of the business lifecycle is achieving highly competitive performance. »
Charl de Vleeschauwer, Global Head of Trading and Execution, Invast Global added: “One of the impactful features of oneZero is the algorithmic pricing module, which allows us to create custom pricing for our clients at using our proprietary algorithms. Advanced analytics allow us to understand both client trading characteristics and liquidity provider performance, so we can create personalized liquidity pools that lead to better results for all of our client types. Importantly, the ability to embed a feedback loop where changes in customer behavior and liquidity provider performance are reflected in our pricing and liquidity strategy is a key differentiator.
Andrew Ralich, CEO and co-founder of oneZero, said, “We are delighted that Invast Global has chosen our technology to be its primary liquidity provisioning, aggregation, price distribution, credit and management system. market risks. Over the past three years, we have made focused efforts to complement our industry-leading retail risk management and distribution capabilities with institutional workflow and pricing functionality, and this deployment is an excellent example of the outcome of our investments.
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