FXTRADING offers FX and CFD clients access to hedge fund Arbidyne

Rick Steves

“The collaboration will reinforce the connections between Arbidyne’s services and retail clients, and offer them a rich suite of investment choices at the same time.”

FXTRADING.com and Arbidyne Capital have partnered to expand access to more retail clients and drive incremental revenue by launching an ASIC registered managed investment scheme.

Arbidyne Capital is a hedge fund with extraordinary returns after fees over a 7 years period with a Sharpe ratio sitting at 1.58.

The firm is bringing its hedge fund expertise to retail investors as they team up with FXTRADING, an ASIC-regulated FX and CFD broker with a large and growing customer base of more than 50,000 annual transacting active retail clients along.

Hedge fund meets retail FX industry

Tim Muirhead, Chief Investment Officer at Arbidyne, said: “This collaboration brings two global financial companies with different specialties together, expanding the breadth and depth of Arbidyne’s services and enhancing the connection with our retail clients.”

Mercury Liu, the director of FXTRADING, commented: “We see this partnership unlocking incredible potential for expanded services to meet the changing needs and increased opportunities for our worldwide retail clients. By combining our sophisticated operation system and Arbidyne’s unique Momentum And Fundamental Trading (MAFT) strategy, the collaboration will reinforce the connections between Arbidyne’s services and retail clients, and offer them a rich suite of investment choices at the same time.

Leo Hung, the current Operation Manager at FXTRADING, added: “There is tremendous mutual recognition between the companies for the impact and influence on the respective industry. We look forward to joining forces to continue enhancing both the strategy implementation and operation of Arbidyne’s financial services.”

FXT formerly known as Rubix FX

FXTRADING.com is an Australian foreign exchange trading brokerage firm founded in 2014 and based in Sydney, Australia.

The broker was formerly known as Rubix FX and was established by professionals with experience in risk management, technology, services, and living up to core values such as integrity, transparency, diligence and compliance, the firm states.

The company is registered under the name Gleneagle Securities and offers FX and CFD services to both retail and institutional clients, including funds managers and high net worth clients.

At FXTRADING.com, all retail client money is held in a segregated client trust account, and the broker conducts regular independent external audits of financial and compliance arrangements to meet all regulatory requirements.

FXTRADING is usually abbreviated to FXT. The ASIC-authorized FX and CFD broker has recently faced the new restrictions on CFD products imposed by the Australian financial watchdog.

Like every other broker operating under that jurisdiction, FXT has been forced to lower maximum leverage for all kinds of CFDs, from FX to commodities, shares, indices, and crypto.

 

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