ACM launches new Java dealing platform

Geneva based ACM Advanced Currency Markets part of the REFCO group of companies has released a new JAVA technology based online currency dealing platform.

First Published by e-Forex News: July, 2005

Geneva based ACM Advanced Currency Markets part of the REFCO group of companies has released a new JAVA technology based online currency dealing platform. The new release is a totally new software offering that complements ACMs spot foreign exchange execution service and existing popular FLASH platform.
Nicholas Bang executive director & partner of ACM says, The JAVA based software has multiple advantages. It offers increased stability and is substantially lighter in terms of memory usage once it has been downloaded and installed. Additionally it provides added functionalities like new order types, namely if done, if done OCO and trailing stop orders which were previously unavailable. The new JAVA based platform is part of the firms long term strategy to attract white label institutional customers. ACM has already acquired banking customers but feel that their JAVA software is better suited for such a market.