Become a fund manager and you can

– We provide you with complete fund manager transaction protection   
– Maximum account control and automated processes
– Enjoy a higher level of flexibility  

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in FX & CFD Trading

How does the PAMM program work?

The PAMM scheme is an investment vehicle where anyone has the opportunity to invest and does not need to trade on the market themselves.
The PAMM program allows investors to invest funds in an experienced PAMM fund manager and have them conduct market transactions on their behalf.

Want to be a fund manager?

As a PAMM fund manager, you first need to open a fund manager account and invest funds into your own manager account - called fund manager principal.
PAMM fund managers will first use their own principal and investment client funds to trade. Simply put, the profits and losses of any fund manager account transaction will be distributed among all clients and fund managers who join the investment in proportion to the capital participation.

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Trade securely

Automatic management

Easy control

What are the advantages of being a fund manager?

Want to be a fund manager?

PAMM FAQ

  • Registration process
    1

    What process is required for pamm registration? Is there any threshold?

    What is the process for PAMM registration? Is there any threshold? You only need to provide your contact phone number, email address and other basic information and identity proof to register. You need to meet 3 or more sub-accounts under your name. For specific funding needs, you can consult the account manager or customer service.

  • Functional characteristics
    2

    Does PAMM have the function of copying orders?

    PAMM does not have the function of copying orders. The main account conducts operations and transactions, and sub-accounts cannot trade.

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    3

    How to distribute the profit and loss of PAMM?

    It is distributed according to the proportion of funds involved in the main account and sub-account.