Bridging the gap Retail meets Institutional FX
The retail forex trader segment is now a client base as highly
sought after as the institutional market. Banks and brokers are
bending over backwards to make these smaller players feel like part
of the forex family, providing them with the tools of the trade
more commonly associated with institutional traders and investors.
Heather McLean takes a look at how retail providers are bridging
the gap between institutional and retail.
Ross Ditlove, CEO of MB Trading, says his company sees little
difference between professional and semi-professional, also known
as very active retail traders, other than committed capital. As a
result, MB Trading's professional grade technology platform
services both retail and professional FX traders alike. "It was a
long standing industry belief that larger accounts should receive
tighter spreads. Our firm considers this a preposterous notion
and one which has no relevancy in today's forex market place," he
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