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Gold-i Gate Link – A unique Real-Time Back Office integration product


Leading trading systems integrator, Gold-i has risen to the forefront of the industry by spotting gaps in the market and developing products for which there is a genuine need amongst brokers. With the management team’s institutional backgrounds, Gold-i has a thorough understanding of how best to serve the market – in terms of products, professionalism and service.


As a result of the combination of Gold-i’s super low latency Gold-i Gate Bridge and its post trade integration product, the Gold-i Gate Link, Gold-i is the first company in the world to offer complete liquidity provider and back office integration in real time.


Tom Higgins


Gold-i developed the Gold-i Gate Link. It is a unique product which allows full integration with the broker’s bought-in or in-house back/middle office systems and CRM solutions – all in real-time.


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Sucden Financial, which offers white label solutions and multi product STP liquidity to retail brokers across the globe, has been a long-standing Gold-i client.


Jonathan Brewer, Head of eFX Business Development at Sucden Financial explains,


o enable brokers to integrate MetaTrader with back/middle office and CRM solutions,


Reliable, Robust and Evolving Te Gold-i Gate Link allows two- way trading data synchronization and has proved to be extremely robust. Every message is logged and not marked as successfully stored by the back office until the back office sends a positive acknowledgement.


Since launching, Gold-i has evolved the Gold-i Gate Link to offer an even more compelling proposition – including the development of a joint product


“When we decided to offer MT4 to our broker clients, we reviewed the major bridges in the market in terms of speed, functionality and reliability. We selected the Gold-i Gate Bridge, not only because it outperformed other bridges but also because Gold-i was able to meet some very specific customisation requirements for us.


with Triana to send post-trade information to banks using Triana’s Harmony NetLink and a joint offering with think IS and their HQ CRM tool.


Tom Higgins, CEO of Gold-i comments, “Te Gold-i Gate Link has been popular amongst brokers because all communication is in real-time, with no polling or file-based transfer, resulting in a lightning- fast interface, with a typical latency of 1ms. In addition, the Gold-i Gate Bridge and Gold-i Gate Link are highly scalable. Tey will work with any asset class in retail and institutional trading, on a global basis.”


Gold-i products are all supported with excellent 24x7 service. Gold-i also has a wide range of bolt- on products to help brokers to manage their risk more effectively and become more profitable.


For further information about Gold-i, visit www.gold-i.com or telephone +44 (0) 1483 685410.


“Te Gold-i Gate Bridge is an essential cog in the machinery we offer to our MT4 white label clients. Te Gold-i Gate Link has proved to be a very fast and highly reliable post trade integration tool. Both products help us to provide a highly successful, flexible offering to retail FX brokers.”


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