CQG, a provider of trading solutions, market data and technical analysis announced this Wednesday that it has joined forces with JB Prime, an Australian-based financial services company. Under the agreement, customers of JB Prime gain access to CQG’s multi-asset trading platform.
JB Prime provides access to securities and derivatives for wholesale and retail customers. The company has offices throughout Australia in Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne and offers full-service brokerage, managed discretionary accounts and self-directed trading opportunities for clients in Australia, the United Kingdom, and Asia.
By partnering with CQG, users of JB Prime will be able to trade global equities, contracts for difference (CFD), foreign exchange (forex), commodities, and more on its multi-asset platform.
Commenting on the partnership, CQG’s Managing Director of APAC Leighton Andrew said: “It’s an important milestone for CQG to deliver a high-end, multi-asset offering, providing a seamless experience for global customers trading a diverse portfolio from a single account. The partnership with JB Prime gives customers new and broader trading opportunities.”
“A professional multi-asset platform is what the marketplace has been demanding for over a decade. CQG offers, in addition to a robust front-end platform, market analysis and news, charting and order management across the futures and options space, on a global basis,” continued JB Prime CEO Daren Markisic.
“Now, together with the technology developed by JB Prime, traders have access to trade Futures, Options, FX, CFDs and Equities globally, and all from the one account. That technology offering – coupled together with our 24-hour full-service operation which offers training and support, research and reports, as well as professional order management – places JB Prime as a premier broker to fill the needs of all traders across various asset classes” he added.
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