VT Markets Journal
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VT Markets |
- Full listing profile: VT Markets broker profile
Is VT Markets safe?
- Investor protection: ...
- Regulation: CIMA Cayman Islands, ASIC Australia
- Publicly traded: no
- Segregated account: yes
- Guaranteed Stop Loss: no
- Negative Balance Protection: yes
Is VT Markets trusted?
- Information transparency: high
- Customer service: prompt, helpful
- VT Markets website: highly detailed, updated
- VT Markets popularity (by visitor count): average
How VT Markets works
VT Markets is a true STP/ECN Forex broker. This means that we aggregate the best bid and ask prices from deep liquidity pools in the underlying FX market. These prices are provided by the top tier investment banks listed on our home page, including J.P.Morgan, HSBC, RBS, Credit Suisse, Citibank, Nomura and Goldman Sachs.
Each of the following constitutes a Default Event:
wilful misconduct, (including commission churning, sniping, causing or contributing to or benefiting from a Quoting Error, moving the price of an underlying asset, scalping, arbitraging off-market pricing);
VIG receives price feeds from liquidity providers. Having multiple liquidity providers is important especially during abnormal market conditions, such as at times of extreme volatility as the firm is still able to provide its clients with competitive prices. VIG has elected to appoint various liquidity providers/execution venues to whom all orders will be transmitted for execution. They are also our technology providers.
5.1.2 The firm will not quote any price outside the market’s operation time. The prices generated electronically on our platforms are provided by our liquidity providers who aggregate and provide the market data.
VIG recognises that conflicts may exist between the interests of VIG and its clients. The platform on which orders are transmitted will display the best available price from one of our chosen liquidity providers that we have determined (based on a number of execution factors) to be suitable for certain market orders. Although this may pose conflict of interest, VIG will take steps to manage, mitigate and avoid potential and actual conflicts