Safety of Funds

Founded in 2007, TTP Norway AS has been serving traders in more than 30 countries. Its well established approach is to provide simple and transparent access to the world’s largest market, and to enshrine this within a unique network marketing structure which incentivises active promotion of this opportunity from within its own customer base.

Financial transactions for Simray’s customers are typically of two types. The first type of transaction relates to the trading of currency pairs using Simray’s proprietary trading platform, and the gains and losses that customers may encounter when making such trades. The second type of transaction relates to commissions and bonuses paid to customers for their network marketing activities.

Trading and Back Office

MPT Max’s trading and back office partner is Williams Corporation Ltd. When trading with MPT Max, Williams Corporation Ltd. is responsible for accepting orders and managing the commissions payable.

Williams Corporation Ltd. has entered into an agreement with Simray AS, a Norwegian company, which previously fulfilled the role that Williams Corporation Ltd. has today.

On behalf of Williams Corporation Ltd., Simray AS now handles back office functions such as account funding and withdrawals for MPT Max’s customers. All claims regarding liability will, however, remain with Williams Corporation Ltd.

Financial Transactions

All funds for MPT Max’s customers are held in separate bank accounts for which capital is maintained in excess of the standard requirements for businesses of this type.

If MPT Max, Williams Corporation Ltd. or Simray AS were to be deemed illiquid for any reason, which is extremely unlikely, customers’ funds would remain protected and accessible to them.

Trading spot forex involves risk, and you should only trade with money you can afford to put at risk. Your risk is strictly limited to how much you have in your account. Before investing in spot forex trading you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk appetite.