X Open Hub is a regulated London based fintech company with a technology center in Warsaw, Poland. It provides multi-asset liquidity and cutting-edge trading technology while maintaining a fully open environment. Founded in 2010, X Open Hub has over twelve years’ experience in providing world-class trading technology for banks, brokers and hedge funds.
The company provides institutional liquidity on more than 3,000 instruments, including Forex, crypto assets, indices, commodities, shares, etc. Its multi-asset liquidity solution comes equipped with advanced capabilities and features, helping its clients to maximise their product offering and diversify revenue streams with safe, secure and reliable pricing.
X Open Hub continually works on improvements to its platform to deliver the best execution speeds in the business. With an average execution time of 33 milliseconds, trades are routed directly to the company’s servers and executed automatically, with no dealer intervention.
Thanks to ultra-fast execution and price feeds, there are no requotes when trading with X Open Hub. Any orders will always be executed at the requested price - instant orders, every time. Competitive turnover fees are one of the main advantages.
X Open Hub currently uses a number of renowned liquidity providers, allowing the company to offer the best possible prices, execution and market depth. Even high volume trades can be executed with the lowest possible slippage.
1. XOH Trading Platform
X Open Hub multi-asset trading platform is empowered with MAM capabilities, enabling clients to customise their offerings. XOH Trader's back office includes a complete risk management system, which is integrated with X Open Hub's multi-asset liquidity and smart B-Book Executors.
2. MT4 White Label
X Open Hub offers fast, fully automatic and reliable execution in the MT4 environment through its Smart B-Book Executors, with ultra low latency and a multi-asset feed. Smart Executor automatically controls even the smallest trades and significantly decreases operational costs.