Complete Executions Solutions

Apex Broker Network, Apex Fund Services and Fund Administration

Essential to the success of any fund is the strength of its relationship with its broker. Demands vary over time but often include: the ability to access multiple markets in multiple asset classes; the provision of leading edge technology, capital introduction and on occasion financing. Brokers need to be able to maintain keen pricing and access market liquidity for their clients at times of market stress and to be able to tap into sources of liquidity outside of the usual sources.  At Apex we realise the value the right broker can add to our clients and have developed a broker network of different sized firms that provide Apex clients with unparalleled levels of service and a market edge. Our existing long standing relationships with leading mini-primes, prime brokers, agency brokers, investment banks and regional experts ensure that Apex clients can find the right partner for their funds. Brokerage Partners includes regional players such as EFG Hermes in the Middle East, Mini-Primes such as Global Prime Partners and agency brokerages such as Knight Capital Markets Europe:



Types of Brokers:

  • Mini-Prime
  • Prime Brokerage
  • Investment Banking   
  • Agency Brokerages                      
  • Boutique Brokerages

Asset Types: 

  • Equities
  • ETFs
  • Fixed Income
  • Mutual Funds                  
  • Swaps
  • Options
  • FX


  • Asia – (including mainland China)
  • North America
  • South America
  • UK
  • Continental Europe
  • Eastern and Emerging Europe
  • Middle East and North Africa 


For more information about the Apex Broker Network and to see how it can add value to your execution strategy, please contact your local Apex office, fill out the form below or contact:

Paul Spendiff
Managing Director
Apex Technologies Ltd
125 Finsbury Pavement
London EC2A 1NQ
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3664 8785
Office: +44 (0) 20 3697 5353
Mob: +44 (0) 771 947 7414
Fax: +44 (0) 20 3170 6240

Apex Broker-Network

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