TradingView today said clients of OANDA’s European entity can regain direct access to its charting and Trading Platform from their own accounts, nearly three years after the global broker discontinued the integration.

Back in December 2017, Oanda told clients it was required to restrict API trade Execution from third party platforms for European accounts. Though they were allowed to continue to use the platform for trading analysis, European traders were barred from executing orders directly from the TradingView terminal.

At the time, Oanda attributed the move to the anticipated regulatory requirements at the beginning of 2018.

Oanda has recently secured the regulatory approvals for its new European subsidiary in Malta. Working under the brand ‘OANDA Europe Markets (OEM)’, the new entity is licensed by the Malta Financial Services Authority.

Furthermore, OANDA has given clients of its UK entity, OANDA Europe Limited (OEL), the option to be moved to its Maltese new subsidiary or opt-out and continue to stay with the FCA-regulated firm.

TradingView Expands Reach with New Integrations

OANDA is a multi-regulated broker with offices in Toronto, Europe and the Asia Pacific region. The ‎company operates an FX trading platform utilized by a mix of retail and institutional investors. ‎Moreover, it provides currency information services to individuals, large corporations and portfolio ‎managers.‎

While OANDA’s previous integrations with TradingView only influenced the charting tools, today’s development marks a more substantiated partnership. It includes the integration of OANDA Europe into the TradingView platform as a supported broker in the trading panel, enabling all users to trade through charts without leaving the site.

Furthermore, TradingView users, who are also OANDA brokerage customers, can receive customized alerts on breaking news, connect with other users, write down thoughts and scout the most active stocks of the day.

TradingView is a data-driven investor community, which is ranked among the top 300 websites in the world, powering over 40,000 other websites and providing social networks. Furthermore, the company has a web-store where users can ‎purchase access to third-party tools. The offering has already been rising in popularity in recent ‎years as it has successfully marketed itself as a provider of ‎smooth HTML5 charts that encompass a diverse set of ‎asset classes.‎

TradingView today said clients of OANDA’s European entity can regain direct access to its charting and Trading Platform from their own accounts, nearly three years after the global broker discontinued the integration.

Back in December 2017, Oanda told clients it was required to restrict API trade Execution from third party platforms for European accounts. Though they were allowed to continue to use the platform for trading analysis, European traders were barred from executing orders directly from the TradingView terminal.

At the time, Oanda attributed the move to the anticipated regulatory requirements at the beginning of 2018.

Oanda has recently secured the regulatory approvals for its new European subsidiary in Malta. Working under the brand ‘OANDA Europe Markets (OEM)’, the new entity is licensed by the Malta Financial Services Authority.

Furthermore, OANDA has given clients of its UK entity, OANDA Europe Limited (OEL), the option to be moved to its Maltese new subsidiary or opt-out and continue to stay with the FCA-regulated firm.

TradingView Expands Reach with New Integrations

OANDA is a multi-regulated broker with offices in Toronto, Europe and the Asia Pacific region. The ‎company operates an FX trading platform utilized by a mix of retail and institutional investors. ‎Moreover, it provides currency information services to individuals, large corporations and portfolio ‎managers.‎

While OANDA’s previous integrations with TradingView only influenced the charting tools, today’s development marks a more substantiated partnership. It includes the integration of OANDA Europe into the TradingView platform as a supported broker in the trading panel, enabling all users to trade through charts without leaving the site.

Furthermore, TradingView users, who are also OANDA brokerage customers, can receive customized alerts on breaking news, connect with other users, write down thoughts and scout the most active stocks of the day.

TradingView is a data-driven investor community, which is ranked among the top 300 websites in the world, powering over 40,000 other websites and providing social networks. Furthermore, the company has a web-store where users can ‎purchase access to third-party tools. The offering has already been rising in popularity in recent ‎years as it has successfully marketed itself as a provider of ‎smooth HTML5 charts that encompass a diverse set of ‎asset classes.‎