European Broker Skilling Launches MetaTrader 4

The broker will offer the trading platform via its CySEC and FSA regulated entities.

Skilling, a foreign exchange (forex) and contracts for difference (CFD) platform, has revealed exclusively to Finance Magnates that it has reached another milestone in its operations, with the integration and launch of the MetaTrader 4 trading platform.

MetaTrader 4 is an electronic trading platform and one of the most prominent trading platforms used by brokers. Skilling, which is licensed by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) and Seychelles’ Financial Service Authority (FSA), can now offer MT4 to its current and new clients on a global level.

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André Lavold, co-founder of Skilling
André Lavold, co-founder of Skilling

Commenting on the launch, André Lavold, CEO of Skilling Group said in the statement seen by Finance Magnates: “We have worked tirelessly to launch the renown MetaTrader 4, also known as MT4, the electronic trading platform widely used by online retail foreign exchange traders. 

“Today, we are proud to finally be able to offer our advanced traders a highly customizable platform with many advanced tools and functions, such as MQL4 scripting language and an advanced charting package.

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“Combined with our competitive and transparent pricing, and multilingual and proactive support team, we are ready, more than ever, to offer an excellent trading experience to traders on all levels internationally.”

Skilling continues to expand its offering

Skilling was founded in 2016 and launched its proprietary trading platform in 2018. Since then, the European broker has been scaling up its operations. As Finance Magnates reported exclusively, at the beginning of this year, the company completed the industry’s first seamless integration with Spotware’s cTrader. 

Through its collaboration with Spotware, the two companies created a unique feature that has been internally dubbed One account. Two platforms. In particular, this feature allows clients of Skilling to be able to trade across two separate trading platforms while only holding one account, instead of having to manage two separate accounts, and needing to fund two different wallets.

Following this, in May, the broker secured a regulatory licence in Seychelles, allowing the company to continue its global expansion. Skilling (Seychelles) Ltd is authorised and regulated by the FSA under license No. SD042 as a securities dealer.

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