Australia-based IC Markets, a fast growing provider of forex and CFDs trading, has announced plans to offer the tradable platform to its clients, adding a new innovative open trading platform to an already diverse FX offering across the social and algorithmic trading spectrum.
The Sydney-based FX broker has been on a path of constantly improving its forex offering, and by partnering with tradable to provide its clients with access to an app-powered trading platform, enabling them to create their own fully customized online trading platform using third-party developed apps.
Andrew Budzinski, Managing Director of IC Markets said, “With a reputation for staying ahead of the curve, IC Markets is pleased to be partnering with one of the most innovative and forward thinking companies in the industry, tradable. As the first True ECN forex broker to adopt the tradable platform we are excited to see the next generation of traders take advantage of our market leading prices.”
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According to the press release from IC Markets, clients can choose from a growing list of high quality apps from tradable’s appstore, such as social trading apps from ZuluTrade, actionable trading opportunities from Autochartist, news from Dow Jones and risk management and execution tools from Traderstoolset.com.
Jannick Malling, CEO of tradable adds, “In partnering with IC Markets we are teaming up with one of the world’s fastest growing True ECN brokers. IC Markets’ clients are used to fantastic execution and will now also be able to customize their own trading experience using 100 custom-made, rich applications designed for all types of traders. We think this is a winning combination which we’re both very excited about.”
IC Markets offers what the company describes as True ECN spreads, and was recently shortlisted in the category of ‘Best Retail Broker Execution’ in the 2013 Forex Magnates Awards – demonstrating its recognition from industry members with regards to its execution in the retail FX space.