Stater Global Markets Announces MT5 Offering for Institutional Clients

Stater Global Markets is also launching a MetaTrader 5 White Label offering which the firm believes will be in high demand from banks and brokers, particularly in Asia – a key growth region for Stater.

London-based Prime of Prime brokerage, Stater Global Markets has added MetaTrader 5 to its platform options for clients. The FCA regulated firm now offers clients the choice of Integral, Currenex, FlexTrade, PrimeXM, MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5.

According to Ramy Soliman, CEO, Stater Global Markets, “Brokers are increasingly wanting to offer multi-asset products to clients and we believe that MT5 – which is far superior to MT4 – will become the dominant platform for retail clients. It is a quality product and is ideally suited for our institutional client base and their multi-asset requirements.

“We are continually evolving to provide clients with the very best technology and products in the industry and are delighted to have added MT5 to our portfolio of platforms. Stater can deliver our entire product suite to clients through MT5, offering access to Exchange Traded Futures, Precious Metals, FX and CFDs. In addition, we have plans to offer Cryptocurrencies imminently and these will also be available through MT5.”

Stater Global Markets is also launching a MetaTrader 5 White Label offering which the firm believes will be in high demand from banks and brokers, particularly in Asia – a key growth region for Stater.

Stater Global Markets offers institutional clients direct access to Tier 1 bank and non-bank liquidity, clearing and institutional grade technology. Stater Global Markets is a wholly owned subsidiary of Stater Blockchain Limited.

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