MB Trading UK Now Accepting Global Clients

MBT Financial UK Ltd. (MB Trading UK), a technology-driven, UK-based Forex brokerage offering STP and ECN execution via Metatrader 4

MBT Financial UK Ltd. (MB Trading UK), a technology-driven, UK-based Forex brokerage offering STP and ECN execution via Metatrader 4 as well as multiple trading platforms, announced today that it is now accepting clients via its FSA-regulated London operation.

“This is a very exciting accomplishment for MB Trading,” said Ross Ditlove, CEO of MB Trading Holdings LLC, parent company of MB Trading UK. “MB Trading’s ECN technology and Pay for Limits system will now have a global reach yet operate under local regulatory rules. MB Trading UK allows our Forex clients to trade at 100:1 leverage and use Metatrader 4 with the popular hedging feature, as well as various other localised services and products including wireless trading and a host of API’s for developers.”

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This newly established company using MB Trading’s award winning technologies and services is based in London, offering 24-hour global support from both its London and United States offices. Additional information may be found at

www.mbtrading.co.uk. New accounts may be funded via BACS/IACH, Chaps, and wire. Accounts may be based in Euros, Pounds, and US Dollars.

In addition to Metatrader 4, the company’s flagship Desktop, Desktop Pro, Web, and Mobile platforms are available to customers. MB Trading UK also offers development tools including API’s and Software Development Kits (SDK’s) to real-time quotes, historic data, and their entire order management system.

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MBT Financial UK Ltd (“MB Trading UK”) is Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Services Authority. Registered in England & Wales. Registered office at Russell Square House, 10-12 Russell Square, LONDON WC1B 5LF. Company number 07216039.


Trading in stocks, futures, options, and Forex is speculative in nature and not appropriate for all investors. Investors should only use risk capital when trading futures, options and Forex because there is always the risk of substantial loss. Account access, trade executions and system response may be adversely affected by market conditions, quote delays, system performance and other factors.

All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Contacts: All inquiries can be directed to: David Lipsett – david.lipsett@mbtrading.co.uk

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