An FxPro spokesperson has just shared with FortuneZ reporters that the company was adding a new platform offering for its clients. The FCA and CySEC regulated broker will be adding MetaTrader 5 (MT5) to its list of platform solutions.
The company, which was one of the few true ECNs to forgive their clients’ negative account balances, stated that it was responding to the wishes of FxPro traders. The company has been in the final stage of integrating its platform into the broker’s trading infrastructure.
Unlike MT4, MT5 has been designed with the needs of Straight Through Processing (STP) brokers in mind.
The main differences in the user interface for the main clients are an additional array of timeframes, more technical indicators and graphical tools, as well as trading from tick charts.
The MT5 platform also provides true market depth information.
FxPro’s CEO, Charalambos Psimolophitis, commented on the announcement, “We always listen to the requests of our clients, which is why we have decided to launch FxPro MT5, which will undoubtedly become a great new addition to our existing fleet of platforms, especially when coupled with our professional trading conditions and negative balance protection policy.”
The company expects to launch the new MT5 platform offering in the coming weeks.