Commodities and Forex broker INTL FCStone Inc (NASDAQ:INTL) has announced that its London-based subsidiary, INTL FCStone Ltd’s Precious Metals Division has launched a mobile application version of its proprietary trading platform, PMXecute.
PMXecute is an electronic trading platform providing clients with access to liquidity sourced from across the global precious metals markets, nearly 24 hours a day. The new mobile application offers full PMXecute functionality and unparalleled market access in an easy-to-use format from any device and any location. Backed by the resources of INTL FCStone and the expertise of its global team of metals professionals, PMXecute includes deep functionality helping qualified users to navigate their day-to-day precious metals operations.
The mobile application is currently available for devices with iOS operating systems, with Android OS functionality in development and to be released in the coming months. Features of the platform include:
- Real-time competitive pricing in both precious metals and foreign exchange
- Easy-to-access live position analytics and margin monitoring
- Online order functionality
- Real-time order viewing and tracking
- Seamless execution
Barry Canham, CEO of INTL FCStone Commodities DMCC and Global Head of the Precious Metals Division, commented on today’s news,
We are thrilled to unveil our PMXecute mobile application, which facilitates access to our full suite of electronic trading capabilities from anywhere. With offices in EMEA, APAC and the U.S., we uniquely understand the global, around-the-clock nature of the precious metals market. As a result, we identified the need for a full-service metals trading app and have developed the mobile version of PMXecute based directly on client feedback.
INTL FCStone Ltd’s Precious Metals Division provides clients with full-service trading capabilities and global access to metals markets through offices in London, Singapore, Shanghai and Dubai. The Company specializes in serving bullion wholesalers and traders, refiners and smelters, government agencies, banks and financial institutions, jewelry manufacturers, and other industrial users of precious metals.