Core Liquidity Markets Rebrands as CLMarkets, Expands Trading Services

Core Liquidity Markets, a financial services firm, has rebranded to CLMarkets to reflect its expansion into retail FX business and more institutional services.

30 September 2020 | AtoZ Markets – Core Liquidity Markets is an over-the-counter (OTC) financial services provider. Founded in the United States in 2013, it provides online trading services for multiple assets including forex, equities, digital currencies, commodities, and indices. It offers trading conditions suitable for novice, professionals, and money managers. The platform is gaining popularity due to its ideal trading environment.

Core Liquidity Markets Rebrands to CLMarkets as It Boosts Global Expansion

Core Liquidity Markets has rebranded to CL Markets. The broker is expanding its global presence and is focusing to operate into the Latin American region. The broker said it will operate with a new look. The rebranding move will expand the scope of the business and provide a wider range of services to brokers and traders.

Carlos Cadavid, Founder and President of CLMarkets, said in the statement: “After eight years of continued growth, we felt that it was time for a refreshed brand that would better reflect our legacy as well as our expanding capabilities.”

Broker has also expanded its trading education offerings and launched a new suite of trading tools and services under the CLMarkets brand. Maya Solombrino, Co-Founder and Head of CLMarkets Operations said:

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“The commitment to our clients and our core values remain the same. Clients will experience the same high level of service and quality they have come to expect from us. This new branding also reflects our enthusiasm and focuses on offering better resources to our clients”.

In addition to rebranding, the broker is also focusing on technology enhancements. Thus, it is strengthening its MT4 trading platform with better execution and pricing across multiple assets.

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