Exclusive: City Index Integrates MT4 Accounts with its Proprietary G2 Platform

Mike Lear, CIO at City Index explained the choice of the integrator and bridge developer saying: “We selected Gold-i because

City-Index-280x170Forex Magnates has just been informed that City Index has partnered with Gold-i to launch a new two way real-time synchronization between MT4 and City Index’s G2 Trading Platform. The integration allows the broker’s clients that wish to trade on MT4 to see all their trades on their G2 trading desktop platform, enabling them to trade on MT4 accounts from mobile devices.

Mike Lear, CIO at City Index commented, “This innovation means that clients have unrestricted access to their MT4 account whenever they want, even when they’re on the move. Our early users have been doing a significant amount of trading on mobiles, opening a trade on an iPad, for example, and closing it on their mobile phone. We believe our new offering is very compelling, putting us at the forefront of MT4 mobile trading.”

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He also explained the choice of the developer: “We selected Gold-i because of their strong reputation in highly complex trading system integrations. The Gold-i management team has a wealth of institutional experience and really understood our business needs. They have delivered an extremely professional service, with exceptionally high integration capabilities.”

Tom Higgins, CEO of Gold-i
Tom Higgins, CEO of Gold-i

According to Tom Higgins, CEO of Gold-i: “This is probably the most tightly integrated system in the world. It’s been a fantastic experience to work with City Index and build something so specialised which will have such a significant impact in the market. I believe it’s a big step forward to be able to offer such two way synchronisations. Clients are able to use the MT4 structure which they are familiar with but with a wide range of enhancements available from City Index.”

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