Tradeview Markets Secures Investment Services License From The MFSA

Tradeview Europe Ltd has opened an office in Malta to improve its offering to traders in the region. After obtaining an investment services license from the local regulator, the company is ready to open its doors to local day traders and seasoned investors.

Tradeview Opens Office In Malta

Tradeview is a well-known brand among international traders, with thousands of customers across the globe. Its new office in Malta allows the company to capitalise on the robust regulatory framework and open local economy.

European traders can trade a long list of popular currencies, leveraged CFDs, stocks and futures. The broker has also teamed up with several leading liquidity providers to provide tight spreads starting at 0.0 pips and low commissions, coming in at just $2.50 per standard lot, per side. Additionally, the ECN structure ensures Tradeview Europe can offer low latency and minimal slippage.

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Tradeview Europe Ltd is positioning itself as a no-frills online broker. Deposit bonuses and promotions with tough trading conditions won’t be offered. Instead, the company is focused on providing clients with competitive trading conditions, top-tier investing tools and access to a range of popular markets.

Tradeview CEO, Tim Furey, commented: “We take great pride in the way we do business. We are committed to offering every client unmatched trading conditions so they can make the most of the financial markets. Despite continuous growth and expansion to new regions, this commitment has never taken a back seat. From educational resources to analytic tools and true ECN trading, we always ensure a market leading trading environment.”

About Tradeview

Established in 2004, Tradeview has close to 20 years of experience serving retail and institutional traders. Offering a multitude of popular payment options, including bank transfer, credit and debit cards, alongside minimum deposits from just $100, the company is popular with new traders.

The brokerage offers the industry-renowned MetaTrader platforms – MT4 and MT5. Equipped with automated trading capabilities, a string of instant and pending order types, plus a customisable interface, the desktop and mobile trading platforms suit both novices and veteran traders.

Tradeview also has its own education hub, Surf’s up!, aimed at those new to the forex market. The broker posts daily market updates and regular financial blogs with FX hints and tips. In addition, Tradeview has a strong social trading offering, Gate Hub. Clients can learn from experienced traders while copying their strategies in real-time.

Tradeview is already a popular broker on the global stage. Its new office in Malta alongside its latest regulatory license is good news for traders in Europe, allowing the company to offer competitive trading conditions with low barriers to entry.

Tradeview is an offshore forex and CFD broker based in the Cayman Islands and regulated by CIMA. Traders can access over 5000 instruments with a minimum deposit of $100. There are several third-party platforms on offer, including MetaTrader 4 (MT4) and cTrader.
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