Business Partnerships


“… the importance of knowing how to choose, before being chosen, is crucial for the future of your Forex and CFDs business division”. Trisman Guide "What your Broker will never tell”, May 2010.

A large majority of banks and brokerage houses that start in the Forex and CFDs business are moved by the great incomes that the market generates and by their concerns of seeing their clients being signed up. It is generally a notorious international broker with proven financial stability who picks the Institutional Client, not the opposite.

Business Fundamentals

To consider a new line of business in Forex and CFDs is conditioned by three important successful factors:

  • A proactive Forex and CFDs department.
  • The appropriate partnership with a Broker that matches your business objectives.
  • An experienced Executive Unit in FX / CFDs Broker projects management.

To reach a successful business partnership, requires evaluating different brokers according to several criteria’s:

  • Access to multi-feed liquidity.
  • Dealing model.
  • Pricing and commissioning model.
  • Trades execution model.
  • White Label offer.
  • Trading strategies restrictions.
  • EA development services.
  • IT infrastructure.
  • Trading platforms offer for trading and clients management.
  • Financial products offer.
  • Real time news service.
  • IT assistance service.
  • Trading assistance service.
  • Financial statements.
  • Internet reputation.
  • Contractual conditions.
Trisman Institutional Advisory advises clients:
  • Introducing Broker.
  • Money manager.
  • Bank.
  • Derivative broker.
  • Equity broker.
  • Private investors with FX / CFDs Broker project.



Risk Warning:
Forex, spread bets and CFDs are leveraged products. They may not be suitable for you as they carry a high degree of risk to your capital and you can lose more than your initial investment. You should ensure you understand all of the risks amd seek for independent proper advisory.