Forex Broker

COMPANY PROFILE – is a primary market maker in forex trading. We set today’s highest standards in foreign exchange trading. To achieve this goal, specializes exclusively in the foreign exchange market. The currency market is the largest market in the world with a turn over of about $1.5 trillion a day. Because of its high liquidity and volatility, it offers traders numerous advantages over other markets. As one of the largest and most respected firms in the industry, we provide individual speculators, hedge funds and corporate clients with real time access to real time streaming quotes on a 24-hour basis, state-of-the-art dealing software, fast, fair trade execution and superior customer service. In addition, we automate the back office function for hedge funds and CTAs. With clients from more than 100 countries and a monthly turnover of billions of dollars, our professionalism in this industry can not be matched.

REGULATION – is registered with the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) as a Futures Commission Merchant (FCM) and a member of the National Futures Association (NFA). ID# 0312620. As a member, we are accountable to the stringent standards of capital adequacy and financial reporting enforced by the NFA.

SAFETY OF FUNDS – All client funds are deposited with top rated and secure financial institutions. currently holds client funds at JP Morgan Chase bank. is also insured with a Fidelity Bond 14, which protects the insured against loss resulting from fraudulent acts committed by an employee acting alone or in collusion with others. In the unlikely case of forgery or embezzlement the Fidelity Bond 14 offers partial protection to and it’s clients’. is committed to bringing you the highest quality service available and we will continue to set the standard for professionalism and transparency of business.

PROPRIETARY FOREX TRADING SOFTWARE –  By proprietary we mean software that has been created in-house by information technology department. What does that imply for the customer? In a few words, makers of online trading software applications typically rent out their software to foreign exchange dealers against a certain percentage per transaction executed on the trading platform. This in turn obliges the dealer to take into account that percentage they must pay the makers of the software in the form of a less competitive market spread available to the customer. The end result of this being that the customer ends up paying for the dealer having to rent out a trading platform as opposed to taking the considerable time and effort needed to construct an online dealing interface internally as is the case for