Polish Brokerage Efix Signs Long Term Partnership Deal With GAIN Capital

The Polish brokerage Efix is banking on a new robot marketplace called Exeria to attract new investors to the markets.

Polish brokerage Efix Dom Maklerski has signed a long term deal with GAIN Capital to secure adequate trading conditions for its existing clients and for a new project the company is working on called Exeria. Poland is one of the biggest markets in Eastern Europe with a population of about 38.5 million. With this new project however, the company’s focus goes beyond these borders.

Blending automated and social trading has become something of a trend and the Polish brokerage has focused on capitalizing on the opportunity. In contrast to some trading robots, which are offered across a variety of brokers, some of which might have substantial conflicts of interest, Efix Dom Maklerski’s initiative is much more transparent.

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After logging in to the website of Exeria, traders can actually view the conditions which the trading robots must meet before opening a trade. By being transparent, more advanced users are allowed to actually test the strategies with their favorite software before committing to the service.

Commenting on the matter, a company representative stated: ”Efix Dom Maklerski is not only proud but also happy to confirm that we are phasing into a renewed and long term partnership with GAIN Capital, one of the World’s largest brokerage firms. Due to their expansive scope in the industry, we believe that this will give our new project ”Exeria” the legs it needs.”

Elaborating on the offering the company stated: “Exeria will afford guided investment opportunities to the seasoned investor as well as to the beguiled newbie, and all this will come in a pretty and user friendly package.”

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