ZEX is a product of Central Tanshi FX for the use of financial institutions.

Taking the ECN to the Next Level

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Unique platform

ZEX is a unique FX brokerage platform developed by Central Tanshi FX where banks, hedge funds, other financial institutions and their customers can trade directly/indirectly with each other.

Features

  • High degree of transparency

    High degree of transparency

  • Deep liquidity pool

    Deep liquidity pool

  • Trade between the spread

    Trade between
    the spread

Product Details

About

About

ZEX's pricing reflects the needs of a wide range of market participants. In addition to utilizing the support prices provided by banks, hedge funds, and other liquidity providers in the pricing model, ZEX also anonymously opens the central order book to all market participants, satisfying market demands for high levels of transparency and deep liquidity.

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Overview

Overview

Unlike traditional ECNs, ZEX includes the limit orders of market participants in the central order book to create a deep and unique liquidity pool. By using ZEX, financial institutions, FX brokers, and a wide range of other participants can accommodate each other's liquidity needs.

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Advantages

Advantages

ZEX allows all customers to trade comfortably with low trading fees.
With ZEX, each customer can choose from 3 different commission types.
(1)Pre-trade markup
(2)Post-trade markup
(3)Fixed commissions
Also, as ZEX takes no commission from those who contribute to the liquidity pool, the cost of trading can be further lowered through the use of limit orders.

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GUI Tour

GUI Tour

Intraday trade details are available anonymously to ZEX users in the GUI, enabling market participants to view the real-time market trends. By both including the limit orders of all market participants in the central order book, and displaying the trades executed in real-time, the real market movement can be captured moment-to-moment.

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