UK broker Sigma Trading to offer PFSOFT’s Protrader platform to its clients

Trading software developer PFSOFT today announces its partnership with UK online trading services provider Sigma Trading, whereby the broker will use PFSOFT’s Protrader platform for its professional traders.

Sigma Trading is a division of Sigma Broking Limited, an FCA-regulated broker.

The Protrader platform offers Sigma’s clients an advanced front-end terminal incorporating a variety of trading products, as well as tools for managing clients’ portfolios and currency exposure. The platform’s functionality is presented with classic panels such as ladder, market depth and charts alongside more sophisticated tools that allow asset and portfolio management. Thanks to the broad range of tools customised for the UK market, and combined with portfolio and asset management functionality, Sigma is able to provide a high quality trading experience to their clients.

Roman Nalivayko, Global Head of Business Development of PFSOFT, says,

“We customised the platform to meet the requirements and the high standards of the UK based professional trader market. This was key to Sigma and hence to the success of this project. Thanks to our joint effort with Sigma’s trading and back-office teams, Protrader is now available for the UK market.”

Simon Tyson, Director at Sigma, says,

“During our review of platform providers it became clear that PFSOFT had the most suitable solution to assist us in building our new multi-asset offering. Thanks to the extensive development undertaken by the PFSOFT team, the platform will meet our, and our clients’, stringent requirements for execution, account management, confidentiality, data protection and regulation.”

The third update of the Protrader platform was originally released by PFSOFT in October 2013 and has undergone significant improvements since then. Thanks to continuous developments, Protrader is now available worldwide to banks and brokers looking for a flexible and independent multi-asset solution.

You can view the full announcement on the collaboration by clicking here.

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