INFINOX rolls out MT5 to enhance multi asset trading offering

Rick Steves

The INFINOX MT5 platform features 21 different timeframes, a built-in economic calendar delivering news, 9 different order types, Depth of Market, access via desktop and mobile app.

INFINOX has made the MetaTrader 5 (MT5) platform available for clients in order to trade a wide range of assets, including more than 150 stocks.

The MT5 trading platform allows clients to trade forex pairs, commodities, indices, futures, and equities. The INFINOX stock trading offering includes the most popular shares such as Netflix, Visa, Amazon, and Tesla.

The rollout of MetaTrader 5 for its client base is set to fuel the brokerage firm’s growth across the globe as the platform remains one of the most requested items for multi-asset trading among retail and professional traders.

The INFINOX MetaTrader 5 platform features a host of institutional trading tools including 21 different timeframes, a built-in economic calendar delivering news, 9 different order types, Depth of Market, access via desktop and mobile app.

“INFINOX prides itself on providing a premium client service and a range of trading tools across a multi-asset range. Adding the MT5 platform to our product offering continues our commitment to providing our existing and new clients with cutting edge technology in order to trade the financial markets”, said a spokesperson for the FX broker.

INFINOX has recently appointed Chris Hossain-Nelson as Head of Institutional Sales to accelerate the growth of its institutional and market making division, IX Prime, which delivers trading infrastructure and liquidity to global hedge funds, brokers and exchanges.

Earlier this year, Infinox made two strategic hires after the brokerage recorded a 61% jump in revenue and a 28% increase in trading volumes to $553bn in 2020, according to numbers provided by the firm.

The broker, which has a presence in 15 countries and specializes in FX and CFD trading, has appointed ex-CMC Markets Mike O’Sullivan as Head of Technology and ex-BGC Partners Swati Saxena. as Head of Institutional Sales.

Mr. O’Sullivan combines extensive commercial experience with technological expertise and will be based from Infinox’s London headquarters.

Ms. Saxena will seek to drive further growth in IX Prime, Infinox’s institutional division. IX Prime provides market infrastructure and liquidity to international exchanges including the Brasil Bolsa Balcão (B3).

The firm’s market infrastructure and deep reserves of liquidity are its strong points as they service institutional clients and top tier exchanges like the B3. Ms. Swati is expected to make use of her network of institutional contacts to expand the IX Prime division.

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