Admiral Markets has today launched its live MetaTrader 5 service after initial plans to provide the platform which is notable by its relative absence in this particular brokerage’s native Britain.
In August this year, LeapRate reported that the company had added a ‘coming soon’ tab to its www.admiralmarkets.co.uk website, denoting the MetaTrader 5 platform as its next addition to its range of front end systems.
In preparing to add MetaTrader 5 to its armory, Admiral Markets has been making steps toward further providing platforms for all audiences, despite its London location, in which retail electronic trading companies are usually notable for their use of in-house CFD and spread betting platforms which are specifically suited to the domestic market.
Indeed, as interest swells among non-British firms with regard to entering the UK’s CFD and spread betting market, credible British companies with well-recognized Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulation can cast their net wide by offering a series of platforms that can attract client bases from other regions, such as Russia and certain parts of the Far East, where MetaTrader 5 is in far more common use.
The platform can be downloaded by clicking on this link.