CFI Financial adds TraderEvolution to its suite of trading platforms
CFI Financial Group has introduced its newest platform, TraderEvolution, which provides traders with access to global financial markets through a single account. The new terminal expands CFI’sproduct portfolio beyond its existing offerings, such as the CFI Trading App and MT5.
TraderEvolution offers a wide range of assets and trade types, including forex, CFDs, and local and global stock investing. One of the platform’s notable features is its ability to offer both leveraged and non-leveraged products within a single account. This feature allows traders to invest in physical stocks and trade leveraged CFDs, including forex, shares, indices, commodities, ETFs, and cryptocurrencies, all from the same account.
The launch coincides with the release of the latest version of the TraderEvolution trading platform, which included enhancements to its back-office solution, web-based front-end user interface, and its full functionality mobile trading application.
Hisham Mansour, Co-Founder and Managing Director of CFI Financial Group commented: “CFI’s commitment to empowering its clients and enhancing their trading experience remains unwavering. Our Multi-Asset Account on the Trader Evolution platform exemplifies our dedication to providing traders with unparalleled flexibility and an extensive range of trading opportunities.”
Roman Nalivayko, CEO of TraderEvolution Global added: “This partnership represents more than a typical cooperation; it’s a shared commitment to innovation, excellence, and advancing the trader’s journey. The seamlessly structured multi-asset and multi-market offering from CFI, powered by TraderEvolution, establishes a new benchmark in the market. Previously, such innovations were the exclusive domain of long-standing players with proprietary technologies.”
The launch of TraderEvolution aligns with CFI Financial Group’s strategy to provide its clients with access to a wide range of asset classes, including CFDs on equities and indices, leveraged FX and metals, as well as futures and listed options.
Earlier in August, the group launched a new subsidiary, CFI Palestine, after receiving approval from regulatory authorities. Headquartered in Ramallah, the new entity provides access to both local and international markets.
CFI Financial, a rival to Middle-East focused brokers like ATFX and ADSS, said the number of new accounts grew by two thirds during 2023. As a result, the company’s active accounts swelled by 157 percent so far, even as the trading frenzy that gripped markets in 2022 looks to have run out of steam elsewhere.