ThinkForex, a forex brokerage wilth licenses in Australia and the UK, has been rebranded ThinkMarkets, according to data on its website. The brokerage has also launched ThinkTrader, a new in-house multi-asset trading platform.
“As we continue to progress and build on our history of innovation, security and reliability, we’re pleased to announce that we’re re-branding to ThinkMarkets, replacing ThinkForex as our trading name with immediate effect,” the company said in a notice.
The broker did not say when the rebranding took place. According to Chinese financial portal FX168, the company launched the new brand on June 28, 2016. The broker explained, however, that the change aims to reflect the its growing business and its future expansion plans. It intends to position itself as “the world’s largest provider of foreign exchange, contracts for differences and spread bets”.
Nothing has changed for the broker or its clients, except for the brand, the new logo, and the introduction of the new platform. As part of the rebranding, the broker has launched a new website – www.thinkmarkets.com. Clients and broker partners do not have to renew their agreement or take any action in regards to the brand change.
ThinkTrader – ThinkMarkets’ first proprietary trading platform
The platform offers access to the forex, contracts for difference (CFDs), commodities, indices, and metals markets. It has a one-click trading feature, custome order tickets, more than 100 indicators, data analysis, Autochartist and Reuters News. It has a wide selection of charting tools with customizable layouts.
ThinkTrader is available for desktop and mobile devices (Andoid and iOS), and as a web-based platform. The mobile versions were possibly launched in early July.
In addition to its proprietary platform, ThinkMarkets also offers the world leader MetaTrader 4 (MT4).
ThinkMarkets is a trading name of TF Global Markets (UK) Ltd., regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), and TF Global Markets (Aust) Pty Ltd., licensed by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). It has offices om Australia, where it originated from, the UK, Australia, Chile, and the UAE.