Simon Coulter - Simon's career began at National Bank of NZ (NBNZ) where he started work in FX Institutional sales before moving to a sales/trading role in the latter part of his employment at NBNZ.  During his time there, he also managed their vanilla style options book.

He then moved to Dresdner Kleinwort, where he worked in a market making/trading capacity on the spot desk, before seeing the light and leaving for a break from the markets in 2007.

His FX trading experience has been G10 currencies with a focus on commodity currencies.

Simon heads up Product Development and Testing at MahiFX.
Simon Coulter
Simon's career began at National Bank of NZ (NBNZ) where he started work in FX Institutional sales before moving to a sales/trading role in the latter part of his employment at NBNZ. During his time there, he also managed their vanilla style options book. He then moved to Dresdner Kleinwort, where he worked in a market making/trading capacity on the spot desk, before seeing the light and leaving for a break from the markets in 2007. His FX trading experience has been G10 currencies with a focus on commodity currencies. Simon heads up Product Development and Testing at MahiFX.
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Examining Mahi’s New Aggregation Functionality

We’ve recently brought an exciting new piece of functionality to the MahiFX trading platform that we’d like users to know about. The point behind introducing this functionality was to properly address the complicated and sometimes confusing issue of trade flexibility and position hedging, and in the process we wanted to give users the most choices when choosing how to deal with their trades.

Seasoned traders will be familiar with the issues I’m talking about here, enforced FIFO close outs, lack of hedging facilities (MT4 to MT5 up-graders), the inability to trade into and add to existing trade positions and so on. The area really is a minefield for seasoned traders and newbie’s alike when faced with the choice of choosing an FX provider.

It was a long and complicated change but we think we’ve got the right answer. Frankly we think we’ve got all bases covered, the ability to trade into and from an existing position, check, hedging ability, check, the ability to create specific books for trade strategies, check, and the ability to wrap or merge any positions into others check. So here it is the new Mahi aggregation functionality, a complete offering for maximum trade flexibility.

I’ve attached a couple of slides below showing users how to access and get the most out of this functionality, as you’ll see it really is very user friendly and intuitive. Happy trading.

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