London-based financial technology provider Star Hat Solutions has revealed its latest venture within the forex industry, rolling out a suite of integrated and multi-server products, with the launch was timed to coincide with its launch of MT5 bridging support, according to a corporate statement.
The development represents the latest breakthrough for Star Hat, as it has engineered one of its most comprehensive B2B solutions to date. More specifically, the new complex product will offer its clients base of brokerage firms 4 customized solutions that include a multi-server bridge, FIX API, a multi-server risk management viewer and a multi-server MAM/PAMM service.
Star Hat’s Star Hat Solutions’ ECN technology was upgraded with a number of advantages, now including support for a multi-server bridge in order to provide liquidity to multiple MT4 and MT5 servers. Additionally, the product will feature support for a FIX API that allows trades to be booked to MT5, MT4 or other platforms and back offices.
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Complementing Star Hat’s existing product suite, the company has added a multi-server risk management viewer, which provides real-time streaming web-access to risk management with SMS/email alerting support.
Finally, the technology provider has advertised its multi-server MAM/PAMM service which helps forex brokerages organize the investment management. The turn-key solution allows setting various individual parameters for investors and money managers accounts even for those residing on different platforms such as MT4 and MT5, amongst many other supported terminals.
Commenting on this, Chris Ward, CEO of Star Hat Solutions, said: “Over the past few years, with our low fixed monthly charges, Star Hat Solutions has been instrumental in changing the shape of trading software within the retail FX marketplace. Now we are again innovating in providing exciting new functionality which takes our customers and their clients further than they could previously achieve.”