AxiTrader, a forex and contracts for difference (CFDs) broker, said on Thursday it has launched a new Client Portal, from where its clients can access all services and products it offers and manage their trading accounts and orders.
“From a user perspective the portal looks clean, sharp and is really simple to use, but behind the scenes our focus has been transforming AxiTrader into a completely digital business, that’s thrown some complex curve balls that we’ve had to overcome,” AxiTrader CIO Simon Turner said.
The new portal can be accessed via the web address clientportal.axitrader.com. It will enable users to streamline and self-manage several of the most important aspects of their trading account management, from transferring funds across accounts to adjusting default levels of leverage.
“Launching a dedicated portal might seem like an insignificant change, but it’s one that’s going to save a lot of time for our clients,” said Alex MacKinnon, general manager at AxiTrader. “For example, if they want to transfer funds between accounts, they can do it in a few seconds with a few clicks. If they want to add extra accounts themselves, they can. Everything’s now easily available in one space,” he added.
The broker is intends to continue the development of the portal and expand its features in the near future. AxiTrader will seek traders’ feedback and implement changes accordingly.
“What clients can currently access really signals the end of the first stage and we’ve got plenty of features to follow,” according to Turner. “We base a lot of what we do on client feedback and way traders suggest we could improve a particular part of the trading experience. Our job is to listen to that and figure out the best way to deliver those changes,” he added.
AxiTrader is a brand name of UK-based AxiCorp Ltd., which is part of Australia-based AxiCorp Financial Services Pty Ltd. The broker is regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Autorities (FCA) and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
AxiTrader serves both retail and institutional clients in more than 150 countries. It offers trading in forex and CFDs on bullion, metals, commodities, oil, and indices.
The broker operates offices in Australia’s Sydney, UK’s London, Moldova’s Chisinau, UAE’s Dubai, and Saudi Arabia’s Riyadh and Jeddah.