Gold-i Augments its Suite of MT5 Brokerage Solutions

Gold-i has continued shifting its emphasis to MT5, also targeting further product rollouts for H2.
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Gold-i, a trading systems integration specialist for the financial services industry, has 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, per a company statement.

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Gold-i MAM Pro for MT5 represents one of the most advanced post-trade allocation tool for brokers and money managers available, utilizing the multi-asset high-frequency-trading (HFT) platform. 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.

In addition, the Gold-i MAM Pro for MT5 can also be deployed and run on existing MetaTrader servers, without any reliance on external hardware. The application itself is also utilized in a cost-effective manner, as Gold-i will be relying on a flat rate monthly license fee.

The timing of the new utility also represents sustained interest and demand from clients and prospects regarding its suite of MT5 products. Gold-i also has undergone development for a number of other MT5 solutions this year, with the aim of making all of its flagship products available to MT5 brokers – the next product to be released is Gold-i Visual Edge, which acts as a powerful risk management and business intelligence tool.

Tom Higgins

According to Tom Higgins, CEO of Gold-i, in a statement on the rollout: “MetaTrader 5, with its multi-asset capabilities, is a far superior platform to MetaTrader 4. We strongly advise brokers who aren’t already doing so to plan their MetaTrader 5 adoption.”

“Many of their competitors are either already offering the fifth-generation platform or are planning to introduce it imminently. Now that high quality plug-ins are available to support MetaTrader 5, there is no reason for brokers to delay,” he explained.

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