Tickmill’s outstanding trading conditions are now available with swap-free option
9 MARCH, 2016
We are proud to serve a large portfolio of traders from all over the world who have chosen us for the best trading conditions available on the market.
Having a very diverse backgrounds of and requirements from our clients we are striving to satisfy the needs of every individual trader. With this in mind, we have developed and are now offering Islamic accounts that are fully compliant with the Sharia law.
Forex Islamic account is known as a swap-free account as there is no swap or rollover interest on overnight positions, which is against Muslim faith. All our Muslim traders have an opportunity to choose the most beneficial trading conditions offered by our trading accounts and convert it to an Islamic type.
OVER $20 BILLION TRADE VOLUME,
$1M IN NEW DEPOSITS,
Despite being just 3 months into 2016, the global ECN broker Tickmill has already marked several significant milestones.
11 MARCH, 2016
We want to thank all our loyal traders for trusting us and making these remarkable achievements possible.
CEO Sudhanshu Agarwal notes: “Tickmill has continued to reach new milestones as clients recognize that we hold trader success as our main goal and ultimate mission. Our recent Grand IB Conquest was a significant success as it generated over $1m in new deposits with a volume of over $20 billion. Smart traders and Introducing Brokers are responding to our track record for exceeding expectations, delivering on promises and putting traders’ interests first.”
During Q1, Tickmill has expanded its IB, MAM and White Label partnership opportunities, improved service levels for CFDs, introduced an additional account type and launched a valuable trading analysis and education resource.
IBs can already benefit from an improved reward structure that now allows getting as much as a $10 commission per lot on Classic account as opposed to $6 previously. Updated state-of-the-art promotional materials are also available to meet evolving IB needs.
Tickmill has also introduced the integrated software tool Multi Account Manager (MAM) with a high level of customer support, which empowers professional money managers to trade on behalf of their clients by easily executing block trades on all accounts from a single master account.
Agarwal comments on another new Tickmill feature: “I am also pleased to announce that our talented professional trading team now has a voice to help traders throughout their trading journey. The Tickmill Expert Blog enables our market experts, including myself, to share our trading knowledge, industry observations and updates on upcoming important economic events in a timely and accessible way. I believe our Expert Blog will soon be seen as a valuable resource for traders seeking greater success and profitability.”
Keeping up with the latest trends, we have improved our already unbeatable trading conditions on crude oil CFDs by cutting commission costs by 75% and margin requirements by 50%. Discerning traders now pay only 0.005 units of base currency per side at a leverage of 1:100.
Our company has launched Islamic accounts that are 100% compliant with the Sharia law. There are no swap or rollover interest on overnight positions, meaning all Muslim faith traders can benefit from Tickmill’s best trading conditions by opening any account and converting it to an Islamic type, which does not have any administrative or other hidden fees.
Concludes Agarwal: “I am very pleased that Tickmill continues to expand its offerings while never compromising on our commitment to ensure traders are provided with a secure, reliable trading environment that I consider the best in the retail financial brokerage industry. I look forward to serving more traders and strategic partners in 2016 and beyond with our outstanding trading conditions and exceptional levels of customer support, convenience and satisfaction.”
Our recent achievements have received generous attention and were shared by some of the most respected industry resources including Market Watch and Yahoo Finance.
Are you interested to know what traders say about Tickmill? Discover our clients’ testimonials in this video.
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