Trade View announced that it obtained a new Securities Dealers License from the Financial Services Authority (FSA) in Seychelles. It was awarded to the locally formed entity, Trade View Technologies Ltd, according to the regulatory registry.

The group company is using the license to offer trading services with its trading platform, Trade View X, which enables clients to trade contracts for differences (CFDs) of forex, crypto, indices and commodities. Earlier, the company partnered with TMGM, among others, to offer its trading tool.

The No-Code Revolution

The platform focuses on providing no-code algorithmic trading tools to traders. However, the cross-device platform enables the manual execution of trades.

“We have been building the tools to help traders navigate the markets for years, now it’s time for us to enter the execution space to offer a unique all-in-one offering which no other broker offers,” said Edwin Cornelissen, the General Manager at Trade View who is overseeing the Trade View X project.

“We have manual trading, automated trading with no code (when we say no code – we mean no code), and backtesting engines that can test multiple instruments, timeframes, and algos better than any other platform.”

Trade View

Apart from the latest license, Trade View operates with the Australia Financial Services (AFS) license and offers charts, tools and platforms for automated trading activities. Moreover, it offers dedicated solutions for institutions that are focused on customization.

“Our execution speed is the result of us having a direct feed to our liquidity providers, which allows for our technology to perform at its best,” Cornelissen added. “Trade View clients will now be able to run their trading models all in the cloud without the need for a VPS or attaching them to a specific chart.”

Meanwhile, several other brokers have obtained Seychelles licenses over the years, mostly to grow their global offering outside Europe, Australia and other regions with specific regulatory needs.

Zenfinex obtained a licence earlier this year, while BDSwiss, Equiti Group, Skilling and Plus500 were also some of the recipients of the FSA license over the last few years.

Trade View announced that it obtained a new Securities Dealers License from the Financial Services Authority (FSA) in Seychelles. It was awarded to the locally formed entity, Trade View Technologies Ltd, according to the regulatory registry.

The group company is using the license to offer trading services with its trading platform, Trade View X, which enables clients to trade contracts for differences (CFDs) of forex, crypto, indices and commodities. Earlier, the company partnered with TMGM, among others, to offer its trading tool.

The No-Code Revolution

The platform focuses on providing no-code algorithmic trading tools to traders. However, the cross-device platform enables the manual execution of trades.

“We have been building the tools to help traders navigate the markets for years, now it’s time for us to enter the execution space to offer a unique all-in-one offering which no other broker offers,” said Edwin Cornelissen, the General Manager at Trade View who is overseeing the Trade View X project.

“We have manual trading, automated trading with no code (when we say no code – we mean no code), and backtesting engines that can test multiple instruments, timeframes, and algos better than any other platform.”

Trade View

Apart from the latest license, Trade View operates with the Australia Financial Services (AFS) license and offers charts, tools and platforms for automated trading activities. Moreover, it offers dedicated solutions for institutions that are focused on customization.

“Our execution speed is the result of us having a direct feed to our liquidity providers, which allows for our technology to perform at its best,” Cornelissen added. “Trade View clients will now be able to run their trading models all in the cloud without the need for a VPS or attaching them to a specific chart.”

Meanwhile, several other brokers have obtained Seychelles licenses over the years, mostly to grow their global offering outside Europe, Australia and other regions with specific regulatory needs.

Zenfinex obtained a licence earlier this year, while BDSwiss, Equiti Group, Skilling and Plus500 were also some of the recipients of the FSA license over the last few years.