Forex Brokers Update — June 15th, 2013

Repeating the last week’s results in terms of the amount of changes to the brokers’ listings, this week brings one new company and some important updates to few of the listed ones.
MW — an unregulated company from Seychelles can boast a rather short name and similarly short history. Although they claim to be in service since 2006, their website has been launched only in 2013. MW offers MT4/MT5 trading on a range of account types, starting from as little as $1 and with leverage of up to 1:200.
Now, to the updates of the existing brokers’ descriptions:

  • ATIG Securities now has an Arabic version of its website.
  • Capital One Forex now offers its website also in Arabic, Russian, Spanish and Chinese.
  • Alpari revised its account type system. Three new account types remain: standard MT4, ECN MT4 and ECN MT4 without commission.
  • Arab Financial Brokers now offers customer support via live chat. Also, reduced maximum account size for account types other than Professional. Toned down leverage for non-Forex products and increased it for Forex instruments.
  • Boston Prime FX now has offices in the USA and China. No longer supports deposits via Technocash. Now features phone trading, PAMM accounts, Islamic accounts and free VPS; requires sending documents via postal mail. Spanish language support is no longer available.

  • If you have any questions or comments regarding any of the latest Forex brokers updates, please feel free to reply using the form below.

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