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Future Pip launches white label programme in Accra



Future Pip’s White Label programme, world-class on-line trading software which enables organizations and individuals brand themselves on its MT4 platform with their own logos and without the expense of having their own Metatrader infrastructure, has been launched in Accra.
The programme, owned by Future Pip, an online regulated brokerage service provider, provides a wider market for trade opportunities for financial service providers like banks, import and export businesses, real estate companies, commodities and all manner of businesses.
Other benefits that the Future Pip White Label programme offers are multi-bank liquidity, interbank pricing, fast execution of business, scalability, 24-hour customer support services from Monday to Friday, management services and rebate earnings on clients trading volumes, among others.
In an address at the launch, the Chief Head of Operations of Future Pip, Mr. Simon Odo, urged individuals and businesses to partner with the White Label platform to enjoy the platform’s attractive benefits.
Mr. Odo said the Client on-boarding process involved three steps, namely the filling of a web form live account through the website; the creation of the account in the back office platform by the Operations Department of Future Pip; and then the client funds the account and begins trading.
“You don’t need to have your own office, staff, computer and relevant experiences. Our support and back office team are here 24 hours to work on your behalf for FREE,” he indicated.
Future Pip is an African-based organization with a global presence with representative offices across Europe, America, Asia and in most African countries.
Future Pip provides its numerous clients across the globe with True Electronic Central Network and Straight (ECN) and Straight Through Processing (STP) services.
The company provides its clients with an Award-winning Meta Trader 4 on all devices and other world’s latest innovative trading web solutions called Flash Trader.
On all its platforms, clients have access to trade over 45 of the world’s major currencies as well as commodities like gold, crude oil and silver, among others.
In addition, Future Pip provides access to trade other global equities and indices like the US, Japan, China, Australia, Brazil and Mexico equities and indices, and contracts for different CFDs.
Different payment systems ranging from on-line payment to mobile money payment and other bank wire are also available on the platform while deposits and withdrawals can also be made on the platform without commission or charges.

Credit: ISD

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