Risk warning: Trading Forex can generate great profits as well as great losses for you. It’s good practice to never invest more that you are willing to part with as it is possible to lose more than your initial investment. If you do not have enough experience to trade, we suggest you seek independent advice before you invest. Remember… time is money, invest it wisely.



The benefits!

  • EU Leader in Regulated PAMM Programs
  • Ideal for both Investors and Strategy Providers
  • Selection of aggressive, balanced and conservative portfolios

The Forex Time (FXTM) Portfolio Asset Management Mechanism Program (PAMM) embodies a unique, EU leading account type whereby clients can join either as Investors or Strategy Providers and become part of the world of forex trading for investment. Investors' funds are allocated to portfolios which most accurately reflect their financial profile and comprise strategies from the industry's most skilled traders. The matching of investors to portfolios is managed by our licensed Portfolio Management Department (PMD), so clients can rely on both regulation and expertise when choosing to invest in forex via PAMM.

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With the Forex Time (FXTM) PAMM Program, you can exploit your talent as a trader and showcase your abilities in return for strategy fees. Join the FXTM PAMM Program as a Strategy Provider; demonstrate your trading skills to the FXTM PMD by sharing your trading techniques, and start earning money for your successful strategies!


If you don't have the time, knowledge or experience to trade the forex markets by yourself, you can place your trust in the Forex Time (FXTM) Portfolio Management Department and rely on our expertise to find you the most suitable portfolio to invest in. We will take your financial goals and needs into careful consideration and allocate your funds to the right portfolio according to your risk profile.

What Exactly is a PAMM Account?

At Forex Time (FXTM), we like to think of the PAMM Account as a close bond between investors and a professional asset manager. What does this acronym stand for? It stands for Portfolio Asset Management Mechanism.


PAMM Account investors are generally not well-versed in forex. Some don't have the time and some don't have the desire needed to delve into the currency markets. Investing in the FXTM PAMM Account gives them a chance to access the opportunities of the forex markets by putting their money in the hands of FXTM’s Portfolio Management Department (PMD). The PMD at Forex Time (FXTM) is responsible for putting investors' funds to work in various instruments depending on each investor’s risk profile and financial ability. The PMD leverages a number of varying trading strategies using quantitative methods and constructs different portfolios based on risks metrics: aggressive, moderate or conservative. It then matches them to the trading strategy each investor is looking for. Each portfolio is composed of many different strategies with certain stop loss and take-profit limits. Through this, we are able to optimize the diversification of the investor’s portfolio in an effort to achieve the best possible risk reward for the investor. The Capital Allocation is distributed mostly between the major FX pairs. Allocation also includes positions in CFDs on Commodity Futures, ETF CFDs and Share CFDs.

The PMD and PAMM

Our PMD clients are required to take a suitability test if they wish to participate in this program. Based on the answers given in this exchange of information, the PMD derives the client’s investment objectives and risk profile and will categorize them as aggressive, moderate or conservative.

PAMM Investment Strategies

Experienced traders looking to share their trading strategies can do so through the FXTM PAMM program, in return for a strategy fee. The PMD here at Forex Time (FXTM) will identify which of these strategies are suitable to use and can be utilized for investment and rank them according to the various risk profiles of each investor.

* Past performance is no guarantee of future returns. An investment in the recommended portfolios involves the risk of loss as well as the potential for gain.