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London – UK, December 2017: ICM Capital, a global market leader in trading Forex, CFDs and Commodities, is pleased to announce its newest integration of the cTrader Forex trading platform that will be added to its growing list of products and services. As of today, the company will begin onboarding clients to this new platform where they can expect the same competitive trading conditions from the modern, intuitive and easy-to-use cTrader platform.
As of today, the company will begin onboarding clients to this new platform where they can expect the same competitive trading conditions from the modern, intuitive and easy-to-use cTrader platform.
The cTrader trading platform offers fast order execution speeds, which when combined with ICM Capital’s tight spreads and top tier liquidity, results in one of the best trading experiences in the market for ICM Capital clients.
Commenting on this, Shoaib Abedi – Director at ICM Capital said in a statement: “We operate in an extremely dynamic and agile industry, and one that pushes us to constantly reimagine our tech-powered products and services. Designed around our clients' and industry's evolving needs, cTrader, our latest platform, will offer our stakeholders access to state-of-the-art technologies that will enhance and optimize their trading experience. Today, cTrader is one of the most popular retail trading terminals in the E-Fx market. We are confident in that it will bring immense value and unprecedented access to our cliental”
From his part, James Glyde, Chief Commercial Officer for Spotware, the developer of the cTrader platform said: “We are delighted that another industry leading, FCA regulated broker has made the cTrader platform available to their clients. It’s a beautiful thing to see a retail broker take a keen interest in delivering product and solutions which empower their clients. ICM Capital has a clear client-centric approach and I am certain that their business will continue to grow with their core principles and now up-to-date trading environment.”