Access to the award-winning LMAX Exchange is now available through FP Markets, the leading Australia


London, 25 March 2014 - LMAX Exchange, the first FCA regulated MTF for FX trading, is pleased to announce a partnership with FP Markets, the leading Australian online brokerage. - read more



London, 25 March 2014 - LMAX Exchange, the first FCA regulated MTF for FX trading, is pleased to announce a partnership with FP Markets, the leading Australian online brokerage.

Access to LMAX Exchange is now available through FP Markets, delivering exchange quality execution, complete pre & post trade transparency and total trading anonymity in over 60 FX pairs with average matching speeds of 4ms and no ‘last look’ as standard – ensuring FX execution with optimal precision.

Matthew Murphie, Managing Director of FP Markets commented: “We are thrilled to have teamed up with LMAX Exchange as their values of fairness and transparency match our own. This relationship has enabled us to offer one of the most competitive forex trading platforms available in today’s market”.

Scott Johnson, Institutional Relationship Manager at LMAX Exchange, commented: “We are delighted to partner with FP Markets, an established and experienced brokerage, whose skills and capabilities are well known in the Australian market. The partnership will greatly advance the FP Markets FX offering and provide a transparent and fair trading experience for their clients.”

Access to LMAX Exchange liquidity and execution through the technologically advanced and easy to use FP Markets’ platforms ensures fair, transparent and efficient FX trading experience.

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Recognised as one of the UK’s fastest growing technology firms, LMAX Exchange is the leading MTF for FX trading, authorised and regulated by the FCA. Servicing funds, banks, brokerages and asset managers, LMAX Exchange delivers firm liquidity, anonymous exchange quality execution and a secure, transparent level playing field to all market participants, regardless of status, size or activity levels.