The new executive was most recently CEO of Clearsky-Networks and VP of Sales at Pango.
The online trading industry is not what it used to be. In fact, many would argue that the arena has entirely changed in recent years. Europe in particular has seen a severe tightening in regulation which has dramatically forced brokers to change the way they approach their mode of operation.
The differences between retail and institutional clients trading in currencies is not that marked. Of course, it’s all about scale and purchasing power.
Along with Bitcoin’s fall from grace in 2018, the other bad-luck story of the previous year must surely have been the fate of the beleaguered binary option.
In accordance with its press release from late March, ESMA is extending its restriction on the sale, marketing, and distribution of CFDs to retail clients.
Professional Traders can still trade CFDs with much higher leverages, but that requires brokers to classify some of their customers as “professionals”.
After spending the past four years in a less active role, the co-founder and former CEO of Leverate, Ran Strauss is returning to his position.
On May 2017, a coalition of central banks and prominent FX market participants launched an initiative that was to become known as the FX Global Code.
Upon setting up their new business, brokers face a critical question – how to pay for their trading platform. Should it be a total ownership plan or a more affordable white label solution?
Establishing a new forex business brings with it a long series of critical decisions and risky choices.