Tradeview Markets Integrates cTrader into its Trading Infrastructure

cTrader fortifies Tradeview’s existing trading infrastructure, giving clients access to a new trading spreads and functionality.

Tradeview Markets, a comprehensive provider of foreign exchange (FX), contracts-for-difference (CFD), and stock trading, has integrated cTrader, an electronic communication network (ECN) trading platform, into the company’s trading infrastructure, according to a Tradeview statement.

cTrader will help allow Tradeview’s clients access a wide range of trading spreads and functionality, including spreads as low as 0, access to Tradeview’s Innovative Liquidity Connector, the group’s existing FX trading technology suite, and trade management options.

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The partnership is important for Tradeview as it looks to bolster an already robust trading infrastructure with one of the industry’s better known FX trading technologies. Subsequently, the new capabilities offered by cTrader will cater to Tradeview’s institutional and self-directed traders.

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According to Michael Turck, Director of Institutional Sales at Tradeview, in a recent statement on the launch: “Our clients continue to be our top-priority. We are committed to providing self-directed and institutional traders from around the world with the best trading environment.”

“The combination of our Innovative Liquidity Connector, which grants access to over 50 banks and prime liquidity providers, and cTrader’s advanced trading technologies makes for an industry-leading trading environment for an array of investors,” he added.

“It has been an absolute pleasure working alongside Tradeview. I can say with great certainty that we have partnered with an outstanding provider of trading solutions, who is dedicated to providing their traders with high-end trading platforms, and one of the most sophisticated trading environments in the industry,” noted James Glyde, Head of Business Development at the company developing cTrade, Spotware Systems.

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