GES’s Liquidity Source is Now Covering Interactive Brokers


Global eSolutions (HK) Limited (GES), a Hong Kong based leading financial trading platform vendor is pleased to announce a new liquidity source from Interactive Brokers Group, Inc. (IB) to offer brokers direct access to interbank quotes.



Global eSolutions (HK) Limited (GES), a Hong Kong based leading financial trading platform vendor is pleased to announce a new liquidity source from Interactive Brokers Group, Inc. (IB) to offer brokers direct access to interbank quotes.

IB is one of the premier securities firms with over US$5 billion in equity capital. The company conducts its business on over 100 market destinations worldwide and provides direct access trade execution and clearing services to institutional and professional traders for a wide variety of trading products including forex, bullion and CFDs. IB has been building a robust forex offering by providing clients with low-cost access to highly liquid trading venues. The company provides direct access to interbank quotes, has no hidden price spreads and offers a transparent pricing scheme. In order to achieve this, IB connects with 14 of the world’s largest forex dealing banks who collectively provide more than 78% of global daily interbank liquidity.

 “We are delighted to add Interactive Brokers into our list of liquidity providers.” said Ben Tse, Marketing Manager of GES. “We are now able to offer brokers reliable bridging solutions with price aggregation from Interactive Brokers and benefit them with direct access to interbank quotes with competitive pricing.”   

Global eSolutions (HK) Limited (“GES”) is a global leading provider dedicated in financial technologies for more than 10 years. GES empowers financial institutions with algo-trading capability, advanced risk management and FIX bridging solutions. GES fully covers the needs of the on-floor trading and OTC markets, with value-added services ranging from IT technical support, system integration, bespoke software and network infrastructure development to hosting services.