MONEY MANAGERS CAN GAIN THE FLEXIBILITY TO CHOOSE TRADING CONDITIONS, INCLUDING COMMISSIONS, SPREAD MARK-UPS, ACCOUNT CURRENCY, PERFORMANCE FEES AND MARGIN/CALL. OUR LOW COMMISSION STRUCTURE, COMBINED WITH TIGHT SPREADS, RESULTS IN GREATER MARGINS FOR TRADE MANAGERS.
Multi account manager – MAM
The MAM account should not be confused with the MetaQuotes multi-terminal system, which has its limitations.
A MAM account allows you to use the percentage allocation method like a PAMM account.
It provides greater flexibility to allocate the trades and adjust the risk of each sub-account based on the clients’ risk profiles.
The manager can allocate trades on a fixed basis, which means that he can define the number of lots traded by each individual account.
This fixed allocation can also be done using a LAMM (Lot Allocation Management Module) account.
The manager can also change the amount of leverage applied to the sub-accounts if his clients want to take on a greater level of risk.
Percent allocation management module – PAMM
The PAMM account features a management module that distributes the sizes of trades according to an allocation percentage.
This solution is offered by many forex brokers for investors and fund managers.
With a PAMM account, an investor can also allocate a percentage of his account to one or more managers.
The manager’s PAMM account is a large “main account”, whose capital is equal to the sum of the sub-accounts.
The manager’s trades are automatically replicated in the sub-accounts according to a percentage basis.
For example, if the trader makes a 100-lot trade on the EURUSD, the trade is divided among the individual sub-accounts (clients) into smaller parts based on the percentage of equity of each sub-account in relation to the master account.
This means that if the size of an individual sub-account is equal to 1% of the main account’s equity, the size of the trade on this account will be 1 lot (1% of 100 lots).
Why choose Dolphin Markets MAM/PAMM account?
Money managers can gain the flexibility to choose trading conditions, including commissions, spread mark-ups, account currency, performance fees and margin/call. Our low commission structure, combined with tight spreads, results in greater margins for trade managers.