House of Borse Limited (“HoB”) is an FCA regulated and authorised matched principle intermediary for a range of investment types focusing primarily on Institutional clients and Professional Individual Clients with a small number of Retail clients. We offer the similar core service as traditional capital market facilitator, with supplementary value-adding features;
HoB manages risk on a pre-trade basis via low latency pre-trade controls and offers clients a real-time position monitoring, co-located connectivity to bank and non-bank feeds.
HoB provides direct market access to a wide range of bank and non-bank liquidity providers and ECNs.
Multiple assets offered including FX (CLS and non-CLS currencies), precious Metals, CFDs, Futures, fixed income, cash stocks
HoB mission is to become the preferred trading institution for the discerning investor, who seeks competitive price with better access to liquidity through aggregated feeds, via ECNs or bank and non-bank pools, with a comprehensive back-office solution. HoB is a facilitator in the online trading and investment of the global financial markets, our strong focus on technology means that unlike traditional brokers, we can service the professional traders and ultra-high net worth individuals. It wants to be a company which provides an unparalleled service to its clients and understands the needs of today’s modern investor. HoB will have a global focus with much more interest in emerging markets, this is due to our understanding and experience of such markets. HoB want to create a company that achieves a loyal following by being the best, both in terms of price, execution, and investment varieties, but also in service and support to its clients, HoB goal is to become a trusted, brand name internationally.
Core business activities of HoB revolve around its professional clients. As well as the UK it expects to gain traction within the MENA markets. HoB provides online trading platforms to professional clients allowing instant access to their portfolio and trading account. The platforms are multi product, meaning that they allow investors to trade all the assets classes, subject to suitability, such as stocks, CFD’s, futures, forex, ETF’s, options, Bonds etc. Clients are able to access their account 24/7 and place orders or trades on any open market at any time, on a real time basis. The system streams prices, charts, news and information directly to the client via their platform, giving them the tools they need to trade. Another competitive advantage is HoB’s superior margining (leverage) offered to clients trading futures, currencies, CFDs and other derivative products.
HoB is founded by senior and famous professional traders and money experts, they include professional businessmen within the financial trading and investment sector. A unique and fundamental part of our business and the strength of the proposition is the team of people we have working within HoB. From seasoned market professionals to a management team that has a strong and proven track record in achieving exactly what it is we intend on doing, this gives us a clear advantage over our competitors.
The growing trend of investors wanting to be in control of their own portfolios and trading decisions has seen triple figure year-on-year growth since 2001. This is largely due to the penetration of high speed internet, the development of technology and the huge increase in professional investors. The FX Brokerage industry has changed significantly since the onset of the financial crisis.
Many banks have been forced to deleverage to meet stringent capital and liquidity requirements and, as a result, have stopped providing access to liquidity to small and medium sized funds, money managers, prop funds and retail brokers. At the same time, demand for better liquidity and execution services continues to rise as new entrants come into the market. To access liquidity, they are turning to a new generation of brokers who can service them in a viable way. This has been further helped by the collapse of some of the large investment banks, who previously controlled this space, but now hold little confidence in the eyes of investors.