ATC Brokers Ltd launches FCA-registered FX brokerage


ATC Brokers Ltd has officially announced the launch of an FCA registered brokerage that will serve the global FX industry from its headquarters in London. Established in the US as an introducing broker in 2005, ATC’s new UK-based operation will launch in August, offering access to deep, quality liquidity for a wide range of FX market participants, from individual traders to sophisticated FIX API traders.

ATC will initially offer FX trading via the MetaTrader 4 platform, along with its proprietary advanced order interface. ATC will also be releasing a new piece of trading software, FX Speed, which is a powerful trading client integrated with the Spotex ECN. The new FX Speed trading platform is built to support automated trading strategies and custom indicators.

Michael Mirarchi, CEO of ATC Brokers Ltd, said: “With our UK launch, we’re excited to expand on our successful ten year track record as a US introducing broker. We have worked diligently to build a framework that delivers all of our core values – transparency, robust technology, STP execution, excellent customer service and competitive pricing – before launching.

“We launched in the UK because dealing with a regulated broker has become a key requirement for every FX trader, especially those worried about safety of funds. We have spent much of the last year working closely with the FCA to ensure our offering satisfies all of the criteria set forth by the regulator.

“We will continue to work in tandem with our client base over the coming months to ensure we are offering a transparent, well regulated trading environment, along with an optimum level of customer service.”

Source: ATC Brokers Ltd

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