Grande Capital

FX Broker Grand Capital Launches MetaTrader 5 Platform

MetaTrader 5 Grand CapitalRetail foreign exchange broker Grand Capital has launched the MetaTrader 5 trading platform with hedging to better serve its retail customers.

The company is registered in the Seychelles and regulated by the Financial Commission (FinaCom), a Hong Kong-based external dispute resolution (EDR) organization. By going with MetaTrader 5, Grand Capital’s customers will enjoy the platform’s features which include:

Advanced trading opportunities: netting and hedging order accounting systems, market depth, separate accounting of orders and deals;
Extended analytics: 21 timeframes, in-chart calendar;
Developing and testing trading robots: multi-currency strategy tester and built-in MQL5 development environment;
Ability to rent virtual hosting for smooth operation of robots and signals;
MQL5 Market — the largest store of ready-made trading applications.

Stanislav Vaneev, Chief Executive Officer of Grand Capital, commented: “I think, it is time to embrace new technology. We realize that it is impossible to implement many things already present on the market by means of MetaTrader 4, while the technological infrastructure evolving around MetaTrader 5 along with the unique MQL5 environment allows us to move forward. The launch of the new platform provides users with a completely new level of trading.”

Grand Capital is in trading business since 2006. Offering trading in forex and various CFDs, as well as binaries, the broker already provided MetaTrader 5 to its trading customers. The launch of the MetaTrader 5 offering provides more options to clients.

Stanislav Vaneev, Chief Executive Officer of Grand Capital
Stanislav Vaneev, Chief Executive Officer of Grand Capital

Originally from Russia, Grand Capital is regulated by Hong Kong’s FinaCom which acts as a neutral third party between its members and their clients with compensations going up to  $5,000 given that Grand Capital holds a B-Category license.

MetaQuotes has released a revised version of MT5 which allows brokers to start serving clients directly in MetaTrader 5 chats. The updated platform chat functionality, which allows traders and technical support teams to chat directly while trading, is designed to leverage brokers’ trading communities with joint discussions of ideas, the creation of custom channels with their own content, and sharing posts.

An increasing number of third-party solution developers have launched MetaTrader 5 based products for FX and CFD brokers. This specific business to business market has been dominated by Gold-i and oneZero for years. The number of participants has doubled and includes industry names such as  Dynamic Works, Fortex Inc, Brokeree Solutions and B2Broker.