GAIN Capital has launched a managed account program, available immediately. The new program complements GAIN’s Internet-based foreign exchange trading service, capitalizing on the existing 24-hour operation as well as the trading and risk management expertise of GAIN’s professional trading team. GAIN’s senior traders will assume day-to-day responsibility for clients’ funds in the managed account program. Clients benefit from the GAIN trading team’s average 15 years of trading experience, contributing to the team’s disciplined approach to trading, superior use of leverage, and strong history of past successes. Only the most liquid G7 currencies will be traded, which include the Japanese Yen, Euro, British Pound, Swiss Franc, Canadian Dollar and Australian Dollar, against the US Dollar and against each other.
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