LIMASSOL, Cyprus, January 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
ACFX has announced some very important trading metrics today, relating both to trade execution and to the company's growth.
Through a commitment to excellence ACFX aims to offer unrivalled standards of service along with first class trade execution. In an attempt to provide total transparency throughout the trade execution process, the Company published today their latest slippage data.
Slippage statistics from July 2015 - December 2015 follow:
For STP accounts:
- 86.52% of all orders had No Slippage
- 7.94% of all orders received Positive Slippage
- 5.54% of all orders received Negative Slippage
For Market making accounts
- 96.69% of all orders had No Slippage
- 2.04 % of all orders received Positive Slippage
- 1.27% of all orders received Negative Slippage
Remaining true to their values has paid off, as recent data show an increase in Trading Volume, New Registrations and New Funded Accounts.
The below data compares H1 2015 Vs H2 2015.
- Trading volume increased by 124%
- New registrations increased by 53%
- New funded accounts increased by 27%
"This continued success is the result of our promise to provide our clients the best trading environment and support. By investing heavily on innovation and improving further our liquidity technology we managed to reduce the negative slippage in STP accounts by 67% and in Market making accounts by 47% comparing the slippage statistics of H1 2015 with H2 2015. Being a member of the ATLAS GROUP we take our commitment towards excellence and innovation very seriously and our values as well as our quality of service need to be reflected in everything we do." Commented George Stylianou, Global Head of Sales at ACFX.
Notes to Media
About ACFX http://www.acfx.com
ACFX is a trade name of AtlasCapital Financial Services Ltd, - an award winning online Forex and CFD Broker - authorized and regulated by Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission, CySEC (license no. 085/07).
ACFX is a member of Atlas Group, one of the largest business conglomerates in South Eastern Europe.
The group consists of companies in the fields of banking, financial services, insurance, real estate, manufacturing, trade, media, education and culture.