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INTL FCStone rolls out multi-asset prime brokerage

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Laxman Pai, Opalesque Asia:

INTL FCStone, a Fortune 500 company, has announced that the company is launching a brand new prime brokerage division.

The financial services organization said in a press note that the new subsidiary named INTL FCStone Financial is not going to limit its operations to a single asset class. Instead, the firm's new offering encompasses trading in the US and global equities, options, futures, FX, and fixed income.

"Institutional clients will also benefit from INTL FCStone's full range of financial services and products within the securities, commodities, derivatives, FX, global payments, and wealth management sectors," said the release.

With a full multi-asset solution, the company aims to gain market share in a space that used to be dominated by major investment banks.

The company is focusing on execution, outsourced trading, custody, and self-clearing and introduced clearing services for hedge funds, mutual funds, and family offices.

The prime brokerage division will leverage the company's existing infrastructure to effectively execute trades, custody, and clearing for all major asset classes. The competitive position of the firm is boosted by its full range of financial services and products.

INTL FCStone highlighted in its official announcement that it will be offering a fully integrated self-clearing and introduced custody and clearing options. Its platform is combining multiple clearing, execution and EMS/O......................

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