Vantage introduces institutional arm Vantage Connect for UK traders

Vantage, a supplier of multi-asset trading platforms with headquarters in Sydney, has introduced a new product called Vantage Connect. This product is aimed at an institutional arm and will provide liquidity services for corporate and institutional clients in the United Kingdom. This official debut comes four months after the introduction of V Social. V social is also a socially-targeted offering for UK traders.

According to reports shared with Finance Magnates, the official announcement will be made at the Finance Magnates London Summit 2022, which will be hosted at Old Billingsgate in London from November 21 to 23. Given the rising demand among hedge funds, banks, brokers, family offices, asset managers, and money managers to manifest the trading solutions, it appears that the new initiative is part of a larger strategic push to expand the institutional component of its company. Currently, Vantage has over 13 years of market experience and 30 branches internationally.

Since September of last year, global trade volume is up 17.2% from the same period last year, as reported by Vantage. While the expanded spread limit on UK gilts by LSE is a positive development for institutions that need to adapt quickly to shifting market conditions, the wider spreads on the CFD and its derivatives – typically used for hedging purposes – are a negative development, as Vantage stated. Please refer to the Vantage FX review before trading.     

Vantage Connect has been designed for these institutional clients to effectively supervise volatility and use market opportunities by leveraging its deep liquidity pool to buy and sell complex assets quickly. Read more to know about Vantage services compair to other uk brokers trading services.

This year, Vantage has made a number of moves intended to expand the company’s operations. Vantage had just joined the Financial Commission the previous month (FinComm). In addition, in the month of July, Vantage enlarged its selection of stock-based CFDs by adding 14 new companies. After the launch of MetaTrader 5, the same progression was subsequently observed.

Trevor Holman

Trevor Holman follows crypto industry since 2011. He joined CryptoNewsZ as a news writer and he provides technical analysis pieces and current market data. He is also an avid trader. In his free time, he loves to explore unexplored places.

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