Alpari Announces Enhancements to AlpariFX Pro Platform

Share Article

Alpari (US), LLC (“Alpari”), a global provider of online foreign exchange (“Forex”, “FX”) trading services, announced enhancements today to its Pro Division, AlpariFX Pro. Alpari FXPro is an advanced line of FX business that offers a competitive trading environment for professional traders as well as a variety of dynamic solutions for partners.

While our competitive edge lies within our pricing, execution model and customized solutions for our partners, we further distinguish ourselves with a flexible offering that is driven around our customer’s needs and desires.

Alpari (US), LLC (“Alpari”), a global provider of online foreign exchange (“Forex”, “FX”) trading services, announced enhancements today to its Pro Division, AlpariFX Pro. Alpari FXPro is an advanced line of FX business that offers a competitive trading environment for professional traders as well as a variety of dynamic solutions for partners.

The AlpariFX Pro trading environment features an ideal combination of competitive pricing and liquidity from multiple tier 1 banks. Clients can choose from a variety of platforms to access to the Pro pricing model, including MetaTrader 4, Alpari Direct and Alpari Direct Pro, powered by Currenex ®. All platforms are designed for speed to market and enable trading on over 55 currency pairs.

AlpariFX Pro offers multiple partner and white label solutions for FCM/FDM equivalents, Introducing Brokers, affiliates and money managers looking to enhance their business model. Alpari offers its Introducing Brokers competitive rebates and access to a large range of products and services. Alpari provides money managers with the ability to trade multiple accounts on a platform from one account. Alpari also handles all of the post trade allocations, allowing partners to focus solely on trading and customer acquisition. The white label program is built with cost-effective turn-key solutions and is designed for flexibility. AlpariFX Pro also offers API/Algorithmic trading solutions to those looking to build and run automated strategies.

Jacob Plattner, vice president of Institutional Sales says, “While our competitive edge lies within our pricing, execution model and customized solutions for our partners, we further distinguish ourselves with a flexible offering that is driven around our customer’s needs and desires.”

Daniel Skowronski, chief executive officer of Alpari (US) also comments, “Within less than a year’s time we have been able to successfully expand our Pro Division to offer a full suite of customized business solutions tailored for individuals and partners. This establishment allows us to further drive new proprietary products and technologies into the various markets across the globe.”

For more information please visit http://www.alpari-us.com/pro.

About Alpari (US)

Alpari (US), LLC was established in 2006. The company is based on Wall Street, in the financial district of New York City, where it is dually registered by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) as a Futures Commission Merchant (FCM) and a Retail Foreign Exchange Dealer and has been a member of the National Futures Association (NFA) since 2007, Member ID: 0379678. Alpari (US) is an independent entity within the group of Alpari companies.

With a history dating back to 1998, the Alpari companies (“Alpari”) are among the world’s fastest growing providers of online foreign exchange (“FX”, “Forex”) trading services. The group of Alpari companies has more than 50 offices in cities in over 20 countries, including London, New York, Shanghai, Dubai, Moscow, Mumbai and Frankfurt. Combined, the companies look after over 440,000 customer accounts*, generating monthly trading volumes in excess of $160 billion**, and employ over 550 people* worldwide.

Trading foreign exchange, commodity futures, options, precious metals and other over-the-counter products such as contracts for difference carries a high level of risk and client losses can exceed deposits. These products may not be suitable for all investors. For more information about the Forex industry and the regulatory protections offered to those who trade within it, please visit the Financial Services Authority (FSA), Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the National Futures Association (NFA) websites at http://www.fsa.gov.uk, http://www.cftc.gov and http://www.nfa.futures.org

*December 2010 **November 2010

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Caroline Andoscia
AndosciaCommunications
212.475.2122
Email >
Visit website