Building the future of financial services

Discover how OpenMarkets is changing the way Australians access financial products, through our market leading brands.

We're motivated to change the financial services landscape

How confident are you that you'll be able to afford any unexpected expenses in the future?

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of Australians have regrets about their finances…most wishing they had more savings, invested more, budgeted better and had more education about finances and money.

OUR BRANDS

Discover our businesses

Through a series of mergers & acquisitions, OpenMarkets Group has become a powerhouse of leading brands, working together to re-shape the financial services market.

Risk Management & Trading Tech

Australia’s #1 provider of derivatives risk management software and trading technology for AFSLs, financial advisers, and traders. Founded in 2014, TradeFloor risk tech accounts for 60% of the retail derivatives flow, and partnered with the ASX to build Australia's first options trading game.

Financial Planning Platform

CCUBE is a financial planning and wealth management technology solution designed to help financial advisers be more customer-centric and productive. CCUBE’s out-of-the-box solution can be customised and deployed with ease, to address the challenges facing financial planners today. Founded in 2015, more than 130 planning practices and more than 300 planners currently use the CCUBE platform.

Wholesale & API Trading

OpenMarkets is the largest non-bank aligned retail broker by volume, catering for a diverse range of clients; from FinTech clients wanting the most reliable API tech to access ASX, CHI-X and NSX DMA, to advisers wanting access to the best in white-label technology and services.

Leading Trading Technology

OpenTrader boasts equities trading from $5 and is CHESS-sponsored, with professional proprietary technology for traders that are expecting the best. The platform is equipped with all of the tools a retail investor needs to get started, including tools to analyse portfolio performance, basic charting, reporting and alerts or watch lists.
LEADING THE PACK

Largest non-bank aligned retail broker in Australia by turnover

Turning over $40bn per year, OpenMarkets Group is the dominant independent stockbroker in Australia, rapidly closing in on the Big 4 – CBA (Commsec, Westpac Online), CMC (ANZ & Suncorp) & Wealthub (NABTrade). OpenMarkets is a Market Participant of the ASX, CHI-X and NSX. It is also an ASX Clear and Settlement Participant.

ALWAYS GIVING YOU EXTRA

Australia's fastest growing financial ecosystem is getting even bigger.

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HOW WE DO THE JOB

The OMGroup Story

OpenMarkets Group (OMGroup) is an independent financial ecosystem offering a full suite of trading technologies for financial planners, financial advisers, retail investors and fintech platforms.

After a series of significant mergers and acquisitions, OMGroup is now led by Managing Director Ivan Tchourilov, Chief Technology Officer, Brock Janiczak and Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel, Deane Sweeney. The group is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia and employs more than 50 people Australia wide.

NEWS & BLOG

Latest Articles

Your redundancy survival guide

Your redundancy survival guide

So you’ve just been made redundant. If you’re like most people, you’re probably a fair few spoonfuls deep into a tub Haagen-Daaz.

That’s fine–take your time. But here’s what to do next.

If money keeps you up at night, here’s what to do

If money keeps you up at night, here’s what to do

Problems with money can leave a lot of us feeling overwhelmed, and often isolated. Our relationship with money is complicated, and talking about it is even more complicated.

Your guide to neobanks

Your guide to neobanks

Contrary to what you might think, neobanks aren’t part of an obscure reference to The Matrix. Neobanks (unfortunately) do not involve, nor have ever involved Keanu Reeves, and are actually just all-online banks.

Back to basics: what is an option?

Back to basics: what is an option?

Just when you’d thought you knew it all about trading, we’re throwing another term at you.