PFSOFT extends Protrader risk control rules to meet requirements from proprietary trading firms

PFSOFT extends Protrader risk control rules

POLAND, Gdańsk, September 28, 2016 – PFSOFT, the global fintech developer of sophisticated brokerage solutions, extends a set of risk rules for its Protrader solution.

The new update is an effect of closer cooperation between PFSOFT and investment firms to make Protrader a solution of first choice for proprietary trading.

The new set of rules added to current risk measures encompasses settings like:

  • daily and weekly loss limits
  • maximum value of all positions
  • maximum trailing drawdown

 

This latest update comes as an additional development for one of PFSOFT’s partners, as the company pursues its core philosophy of connecting markets and market participants in efficient way within a single solution, which requires flexibility and adaptation.

Protrader emerged as a multi-asset single dealer environment for variety of instruments and asset classes, such as: Forex, equities, futures, CFDs, options and spread betting. Moreover, its flexible modular structure enables deep adjustments to fit different market participants, such as:

  • Multi-market brokerages
  • White label and technology providers
  • Local marketplaces
  • and now also Funds and Prop shops

 

In addition, a professional front end suite that makes it possible to target professional traders, money managers, algo traders and high net worth investors who appreciate an extensive set of analytical and trading functionalities.

For more information please contact:
Marcin Nowogórski, Head of Marketing Communications

Email: m.nowogorski@protrader.com
Mobile: +48 532 909 003

 

About PFSOFT:

PFSOFT is the global fintech developer of sophisticated online trading solutions since 2003.

The company hires more than  100 people, mostly in R&D and maintains regional representatives in Europe, China, India and Brazil.

The main goal of PFSOFT since the very beginning is to make financial trading more efficient by combining different markets, different asset classes and various market participants in a single environment.

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