Infinox Taps ZuluTrade for its Copy-Trading Platform, Capabilities

Infinox’s clients will be able to benefit from leading signal providers on a global scale

Infinox Capital Ltd has tapped Zulutrade.com for its copy-trading and risk management capabilities. A newly signed agreement between Infinox and social trading company, ZuluTrade.com reflects a growing demand for copy-trading capabilities in both the UK and EU markets.

Per the partnership, Infinox will gain access to ZuluTrade’s comprehensive network of thousands of algorithmically ranked trading strategies. This will enable Infinox’s global clientele to select and follow the trades of the leading ZuluTrade signal providers worldwide.

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As an FCA-regulated brokerage, Infinox offers its trading services to clients on a global scale. The group also boasts an offering of FX pairs, precious metals, oil, and indices with straight-through processing (STP) and ECN execution. Selecting ZuluTrade will enable Infinox’s clients to benefit from a diverse suite of copy-trading capabilities on offer.

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Anastasios Frangos

Anastasios Frangos, Business Development Director at ZuluTrade Group, commented on the new partnership: “ZuluTrade is delighted to welcome Infinox, the newest member in our list of collaborating brokers. Both ZuluTrade and Infinox are dedicated in offering an exceptional trading experience by putting the customer first and by investing heavily in technology.”

ZuluTrade has established itself as one of the more widely-used social and copy-trading platforms in the industry. With a wide range of customization settings and functions available for users, the platform also emphasizes efficiency and risk management, taking advantage of a unique Automator tool.

“We are convinced Infinox customers will be delighted with the benefits of ZuluTrade’s trading platform and that our collaboration will prove fruitful for all parties involved,” explained Frangos.

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