It seems that lately there are plenty of firms entering the forex bridge solutions market. Days when Boston Technologies solely controlled the Metatrader 4 market are either going to be soon to be over or things are going to become a bit more tough on the Boston firm. I hear of at least 3-4 more serious bridges rolling out. Roustech is a fairly small bridge provider but it seems that it’s picking up.
PR as follows:
Due to the growth of software sales into Russia and Eastern Europe, Rous Technology increases its customer support team which will include Toms Deinats. His role will be in software sales and customer support to brokers and banks in primarily Russian speaking countries.
Toms Deinats has a bachelor’s degree in Business Studies, Management and Economics as well as over 3 years FX experience, which includes Managing Director of forex broker, Tradex Capital Markets in Riga, Latvia and as an independent asset manager.
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Francisco Martinez, co-founder and Managing Director, states “Russia and Eastern Europe are important markets for our products and services since the majority of Forex brokerage operations in these regions utilize the MetaTrader platform. Toms Deinats has hands on experience with the Rous FX Bridge when he was an asset manager. So, we believe he can bring some very good knowledge to the FX brokerage community in Russian and Eastern Europe.”
About Rous Technology:
Rous Technology is a US based software company which develops risk management software solutions for the brokerage and banking industry. Our software solutions have been in use since 2004. We create custom software which allows brokerages and banks to automate their trading platforms order routing processes into their counterparty trading platforms.
The FX Bridge software is designed to automate FX prices and trade execution for brokers and banks that utilize the Metatrader platform offered by MetaQuotes Software Corporation.
The Multi Account Manager allows asset managers the ability to trade a master account on the Metatrader client terminal and the software allocates the trades automatically to the asset manager’s sub accounts.