Your Bourse, a technology provider for FX and CFD brokers, has introduced advance risk management tools as part of their Platform-as-a-Service. In previous months, Your Bourse has revealed plans to support all brokers in managing risk better in order to increase profitability. The firm has developed risk management tools with user experience and flexibility as a main goal in their design.
The newly released risk management tools allow brokers to recognise market sentiment through widgets or real-time reporting. Brokers can also view exposure by symbol or they can monitor the top 10 most popular traded instruments, 10 winners/losers drilled down to accounts or positions. In addition, new features have been included for B-book risk management, as well as for toxic trade detection system and new B book profitability management functionality. These new features are all available as real-time reports or widgets.
Elina Pedersen, Co-CEO, CMO Your Bourse, commented:
We are responding to the demands of the market. We see that the brokers require more visibility for their business and therefore we are releasing different options to improve how they manage their risk. Our technology offers unparalleled cost-effective, flexible solutions and competitive pricing focused on the success of our clients.
Your Bourse continues to improve flexibility and deliver solution to brokers with their Risk Management and Reporting solutions as well as their Platform-as-a-Service which comprises a Matching Engine and Liquidity Aggregation integrated with top Liquidity Providers, and MT4 Bridge/MT5 Gateway.
Founder, CEO and CTO of Your Bourse , Andrey Vedikhin, sat down with LeapRate last month to discuss features the company provides to help their clients minimize risk, as well as their matching engine workflow and futures plans.
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