Tradency cracks top tier FX & bullion broker in high level entry to Chinese market

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 are forming a new cooperation. This cooperation provides m-FINANCE’s top tier brokers and financial institutions in mainland China and Hong Kong with Tradency’s RoboX & Mirror Trader […]

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 are forming a new cooperation. This cooperation provides m-FINANCE’s top tier brokers and financial institutions in mainland China and Hong Kong with Tradency’s RoboX & Mirror Trader platforms. All traders of m-FINANCE brokers can now 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.

The cooperation process is already in motion, and Tradency’s advanced trading solutions are now offered to the clients and potential client of m-FINANCE. With m-FINANCE’s prominent reputation in the Chinese market, the newly found cooperation with Tradency, had won the interest of many major top tier brokers who had already lined up for the services and planned to rollout very soon.

Lior Nabat, Tradency CEO expounds: “We take great pride in m-FINANCE’s decision to cooperate with us. It proves once again, as we have seen during the last decade that leading technology enablers are integrating with Tradency to offer traders advanced automated solutions that are unique, robust and have added trading value. We are pleased that many Asian brokers are looking at our RoboX & Mirror Trader services as their system trading solution of choice.”

m-FINANCE’s and Tradency intend to leverage RoboX & Mirror Trader advantages as a gateway to expand Chinese brokers standard business offering. This integrated solution comes with Chinese and English languages on web and mobile applications.

Stephen Lam, Managing Director of m-FINANCE added: “The cooperation of m-FINANCE and Tradency represents an important milestone to a long term partnership. We are seeing increasing demand of automated decision support tools from traders, RoboX and Mirror Trader provide user-friendly services for novice to professional traders to setup auto trading without programming knowledge. With our mission to focus on providing the highest quality brokerage solution for our clients, we envisage an integrated offer of Tradency’s products and services with m-FINANCE trading platform solution will open up an unique competitive edge to the Chinese brokers, strengthening their position on customer acquisition and retention.”

Image: Lior Nabat, CEO, Tradency

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