Switching to a new Liquidity Provider (“LP”)

6th November 2018 Company News

Dear Client,

We would like to inform you that further to recent regulatory developments, trade.Berry is obligated to switch to a new Liquidity Provider (“LP”) which is established and operates within the European Economic Area.

The new Liquidity Provider arrangements are expected to be in place the latest by 30 November 2018.

Further to the aforementioned we would like to provide an overview of how this change will affect the trading environment as well as of certain changes on specific instruments.


More specifically, the following instruments will be set to close-only as of 19 November 2018:

  • CAR.US
  • DB.US
  • TTM.US
  • UBS.US


You are kindly requested to close any open positions on those instruments before the 23rd of November. In the event of any open positions on the above mentioned instruments as at 23:59 UTC+2 on 23 November 2018 the Company will proceed to close them on the last available market price (market close) and any profit or loss will be debited/credited in your trading account as applicable.


Kindly note that the above mentioned instruments will be terminated and therefore will not be available for trading, except from the NATGAS which will be available under a different name, and different contract size.


Please note that you can find the current instrument specifications here. New instruments specifications will be announced soon and will be available in our website in due course.


Should you need any further information and/or clarifications do not hesitate to contact us at support@tradeberry.com or by phone at +357 25262020.


Kind Regards,

Compliance Department


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