PAMM(Percentage Allocation Management Module)

PAMM can make many sub-accounts trade through one main account at the meantime. The broker agents can trade for many clients at the meantime through this plug-in.

Managing Mode


Operating Principle

The PAMM management account allocates orders from the main account to the sub-account based on the proportion of the sub-account balance.

The number of lots that can be allocated to the sub-account is equal to the balance ratio between the sub-account and the main account, multiplied by the number of orders placed on the main account.

In the MT4 software, the main account supports trading operations, and the sub-account cannot be traded, but the profit and loss and transaction history can be browsed.

How to implement the functions of PAMM?

You can submit the application for PAMM through sending email to and state the specific requirements such as, the ID number of introducing agents, spread mode, commission mode and so on. After the new PAMM set, you can receive the account and password of the main account.

*It should be noted that there is no fund in the main account and the main account is only the congregation of the sub-accounts. If you also want to add funds in the main account, you have to add a sub-account alone.

Using notes for PAMM

  • ·Cannot withdrawal and add funds through the main account but through the sub-accounts only.
  • ·The spread mode and submission mode of the sub-accounts need keep correspondent with the main account and cannot be changed freely.
  • ·If you want to add or remove a sub-account, you need to send email to the and the customer service department will deal with it within a working day.
  • ·When the main account open orders, the number of lots allocated to the sub-accounts may be different if the balance between the sub-accounts is different.
  • ·The main account partially closes the order, and the corresponding lot of the order of the sub-account will be closed according to the proportion of funds, and the lot of the unclosed position will be redistributed according to the current fund situation of the sub-accounts.
  • ·Brokers or clients should accurately understand the distribution principle of PAMM, and our company will not bear any responsibility for the impact of unequal distribution of orders caused by different balances of accounts.
  • ·Our company does not provide customers with any investment advice. If there are trading problems in the future, both the main account and the sub-account should actively communicate to solve the problem. AUSFOREX shall not be liable for any loss or compensation for losses caused by market factors or personal reasons.

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