Gold-i Extends Access to Visual Edge to Multiple Platforms

Up until now, Gold-i Visual Edge has been integrated exclusively with MetaQuotes' MetaTrader 4 (MT4).

Gold-i, a trading systems integration specialist for the financial services industry, announced today the release of an API that allows seamless integration between its multi-asset risk management and business intelligence tool, Visual Edge, and other trading platforms.

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Launched at the end of 2014, Gold-i Visual Edge helped MetaTrader 4 (MT4) brokers to increase profitability by managing exposure risk, make informed A-Book/B-Book decisions and avoid losing money to toxic clients.

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Up until now, Gold-i Visual Edge has been integrated exclusively with MT4. However, for the many brokers using multiple trading solutions, Gold-i has now extended access to Visual Edge, enabling them to gain a complete overview of their operations across multiple platforms.

Misha Kipnis

Misha Kipnis, VP, Gold-i Visual Edge, explains: “With the new API for Visual Edge, brokers who use multiple trading platforms can now get a complete real-time overview of all the key metrics driving their trading business including their risk and P&L. Combining data across multiple trading platforms provides the most comprehensive way for brokers to manage their market exposure and monitor their KPIs.”

Last week we reported that Gold-i continued its gradual shift towards MetaTrader 5 (MT5) with the expansion of its brokerage solutions for the platform in the form of Gold-i MAM Pro. The solution enables users to assign multiple sub-accounts to a singular master account – the tool itself was designed for the hedging option within the MT5 platform, supporting upwards of seven different allocation methods.

Gold-i now also promises that Visual Edge integration with MT5 will be announced later this year.

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