Blackwell Global, MTS Gold Group and Man Loong Bullion launch RoboX & Mirror Trader, provided by Tradency – m-FINANCE cooperation

M-Finance provides a proprietary platform, and has been established for 13 years, dispelling the widely held opinion that MetaTrader 4 is an absolute must for gaining prominence in China. The cooperation between Tradency and m-Finance to onboard three firms is testimony to that.

Tradency, a global Fintech company focusing on product development and advanced services to financial institutions and m-FINANCE, the leading and most experienced Forex/Bullion trading solutions provider in Asia announce today that 3 new Asian brokers sign up to the service.

Retail FX brokerage Blackwell Global, MTS Gold Group brokerage, based in Thailand and Man Loong Bullion a Hong Kong based bullion broker are joining the RoboX & Mirror Trader services.

m-Finance CEO Dick Tam with FinanceFeeds CEO Andrew Saks-McLeod

The cooperation with Tradency provides m-FINANCE’s top tier brokers and financial institutions in mainland China and Hong Kong with Tradency’s RoboX & Mirror Trader platforms.

The new brokers partners are going to enjoy smooth integration process being m-FINANCE broker partners. All traders of m-FINANCE brokers can easily access RoboX & Mirror Trader via their existing user name and password as the services are seamlessly integrated to m-FINANCE systems as a shared wallet.

“We see a strong demand for trading automation and Robo advisory platforms in the Asian markets” said Oz Golan, Tradency’s vice president of sales, “m-FINANCE dominance in these markets, delivers very successfully our integrated technology solution”

Dick Tam, CEO of m-FINANCE, commented: “We are of great pride that many our brokers to sign up to the service. We have been committed to provide the best for our clients. With RoboX and Mirror Trader we are excited to see a new trend to our brokers to offer traders advanced automated solutions that are unique and robust. We have received many good feedbacks from our brokers, particularly on the A.I. capability of RoboX and the high quality of the strategies.”

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