FXCM Group Relaunches FXCM Pro Website
FXCM Group has just shared the brand new redesign and relaunch of FXCM Pro’s website. The refreshed institutional arm of the company has been preparing for a major reshape for some time now.
Last month, Finance Magnates broke the news about the company promoting Mario Sanchez to Global Head of Sales for FXCM Pro.
Earlier this year, FXCM successfully integrated with PrimeXM’s XCore system. The order routing and pricing engine installed at the Swiss tech provider’s Equinix locations was only a step in the process of preparation for a major relaunch of the product.
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Commenting on the relaunch, the Global Head of Sales at FXCM Pro, Mario Sanchez, stated: “The FXCM Pro team has gone through some positive changes the past few months including management changes as well as product enhancements and new offerings which will be announced soon.”
In February this year, FXCM Group committed to a new brand identity. The brokerage integrated Leucadia into its logo to boost the corporate image of the firm.
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“The new website reflects our membership in the Leucadia Family, displays our real-time average spreads and market-depth along with important information about the products we offer,” elaborated Sanchez.
Back in April, FXCM Group and Jefferies expanded their prime brokerage relationship. The synergy between the firms is strongly reinforced with the refocusing of the brokerage on its institutional arm.
The brokerage shares on its new website that it is preparing to launch a product called “Prime CFDs”. The firm is expected to unveil more details about this offering over the coming weeks.
With offices in London, Hong Kong and Sydney, the institutional presence of FXCM could well get a boost in the coming months.
FXCM is currently offering to its customers ECN direct market access via Currenex, EBS, Fastmatch, Hotspot, Integral, FXall, SolidFX and Spotex.
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