INFINOX has launched its MetaTrader 5 offering to clients across the world in a move to expand its multi-asset trading capabilities.
The MT5 platform is unsurprisingly becoming a key feature for brokers to have in their product suite as the FX industry increasingly turns to stocks and crypto and the MT4 platform underperforms in a multi asset environment.
INFINOX clients will be able to trade forex pairs, commodities, indices, futures, and equities including well-known corporation stocks such as Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Visa, and Tesla.
The broker has decided to go with the MT4 in order to provide its users with a professional edge, introducing a host of institutional trading tools including over 21 different timeframes, an economic calendar, 9 different order types, Depth of Market features, as well as desktop and mobile trading.
“INFINOX prides itself on providing a premium client service and a range of trading tools across a multi-asset range. Adding the MT5 platform to our product offering continues our commitment to providing our existing and new clients with cutting edge technology in order to trade the financial markets”.
In July, INFINOX appointed James Alexander Smith as Head of Exchange Traded Derivatives and Cash Equity Desk as the brokerage expands worldwide.
The industry veteran brings his multi-asset trading experience to the new role and bridge the gap between retail and professional traders.
James Alexander Smith joined INFINOX after two years as a multi-asset brokerage consultant, providing guidance on equities, fixed income, CFDs and Exchange Traded Derivatives.
INFINOX offers derivatives investors an unmatched blend of tech and individual service. The major hire is set to boost its international growth plans. The brokerage firm has a presence in 15 countries, and in May opened a major hub in Dubai after its Asian client-base grew by 102% in a year.
INFINOX has also appointed Chris Hossain-Nelson as Head of Institutional Sales to accelerate the growth of its institutional and market-making division, IX Prime. The 25-year FX veteran joined the market infrastructure and liquidity provider from Global Market Index (GMI UK), where he was Executive Director and, prior to that, Global Head of Institutional Sales.