RoboMarkets adds 500 instruments to CySEC-regulated multimarket trading platform

Rick Steves

“The latest updates provide R StocksTrader clients with more comfortable solutions and effective analysis of investment instruments”.

CySEC-regulated online brokerage RoboMarkets has expanded its multimarket trading platform, R StocksTrader, with more than 500 new instruments available on the trading terminal and an update to both web version and the mobile apps.

Targeting EU residents, the multi asset broker offers investment services in European countries by providing traders who work in the financial
markets with access to its proprietary trading platforms.

500 instruments and improved trading via web and mobile app

Kiryl Kirychenka, Product Manager at RoboMarkets, commented: “Our approach to design implies constantly aiming at improving the products and solutions we offer our clients. The latest updates provide R StocksTrader clients with more comfortable solutions and effective analysis of investment instruments”.

The new features available on the R StocksTrader include:

 More than 500 new instruments, including Didi Global Inc (DIDI), Beyond Meat Inc (BYND), and Spotify Technology SA (SPOT);
 New thematic watchlists (Invest in China, Invest in Volatility, Invest in Gold, and other sets by industries);
 New templates for watchlists have been added to the main screen of the app. Also, collection lists have been updated, including recently opened instruments, popular instruments, and other lists such as Best of the year, Upcoming Dividends, New to the market (IPO), etc.;
 The instrument search screen has been enhanced and is now featuring two blocks: Most Popular and History;
 The trading session time has been increased for the Dow Jones (US30), S&P 500 (US500), Nasdaq (NAS100), and DAX (GER40);
 The navigation in the app has been enhanced, and the design of the trading statement has been updated.

Robomarkets launched investment bank in Asia

RoboMarkets Group has recently launched an investment bank for Asian clients, operating under Labuan FSA licence No. 210138BI.

RM Investment Bank Ltd, a subsidiary of the RoboMarkets Group, is headquartered in the Financial Park Complex in Labuan and provides clients from Asian countries with a range of investment services, including:

  • 7 asset types and over 10,000 investment instruments
  • 5 account types with competitive investment conditions
  • Cutting-edge investment platforms
  • A multilevel affiliate programme

It was in 2019 that RoboMarkets Asia opened its regional headquarters in Malaysia after obtaining the Labuan licence for the provision of services to Asian clients.

Robomarkets’ EU-regulated brokerage for professionals

The German-based operation of RoboMarkets has also launched a business line directed at professional traders who, the broker argues, have been the most neglected customer segment since new ESMA regulations came into effect in 2018 and forced many traders to go offshore.

RoboMarkets believes that some traders moved offshore because they had no other choice, as they did not meet the criteria to be classified as professionals, while others who went offshore had to work much more actively than the EU-regulated ones due to the general trends in the market.

The general recovery of the economy and the rise in asset prices fueled the growth of investor portfolios, which have become comparable to professional ones, thus requiring a new approach to the provision of services. Hence the launch of RoboMarkets Pro.

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