PAMM/MAM system

PAMM/MAM Account Management System

PAMM (Percentage Allocation Module Management) and MAM (Multi-Account Manager), allow fund managers to manage multiple accounts without having to establish an investment fund. MAM and PAMM accounts differ in how they actually function, but both essentially allow for someone to manage multiple accounts from one master account.
PAMM Equal to 100% = 10% + 20% + 20% + 30% + 20%

  • 1.PAMM stands for Percentage Allocation Module Management.

    2.PAMM is proxy wealth managing account. Investors and account manager will allocation profits based on agreed ratio.

    3.This can allow experienced account manager to get the fund from Investors and make profits from trading.

    4.Client can decide on lots size or ratio. There is an account managing fee for PAMM account manager.

  • 5.This solution is offered by many brokerages and allows for Investors to become part of a group of separate accounts which are then traded by one fund manager.

    6.This fund manager will be given a Limited Power of Attorney over the accounts in his control.

    7.his limited power of attorney gives the money manager the ability to trade on behalf of his clients with the money manager controlling an account whose equity is equal to the total amount of equity held in all the separate individual accounts.

MAM Account Management

MAM (multi-account management system), the asset management manager uses a centralized management interface to trade on its behalf. Or trade for multiple investors quickly, efficiently and accurately with a single trading account.

  • 1.MAM stands for Multiple Account Manager and any trade and profits that opened by the master account will be distributed automatically among the sub-accounts.

    2.While PAMM accounts allocate trades based on percentage of total equity, MAM accounts give money managers more flexibility when sub-allocating the trades placed in the master account.

  • 3.When a deposit or withdrawal is made to a sub-account, the corresponding master account balance will reflect this, and stay aligned with the total sub-account balance.

    4.This means the fund manager can set the number of lots to be traded by each Individual Account, to tailor his service to the account size and Risk Profile of his or her clients.

MAM Account Management

  • MAM account manager
    Trading parameters can be adjusted in real time
  • Per subaccount
    Have real-time reports
  • Unlimited transactions
    Account and Deposit Amount
  • Real-time orders within MAM
    Monitoring includes income statement
  • Sync account
  • 0.01 lots
    Minimum account allocation of 0.01 lot (1000 units)
  • Allow EA
    Allow account managers to use quantitative trading (EA)
  • MetaTrader settlement report
    Manage monthly, quarterly and annual reports to clients through MetaTrader

PAMM/MAM 8 Main Strategies

1.Equity Lot Share
Combines all clients’ equity into one fund and allows money managers to distribute trades depending on the percentage of total pool contribution by each investor account by placing a single trade.
2.Balance Lot Share
Trades are distributed based on the clients’ balance instead of equity. Therefore, profit and loss of current open positions are not taken into account when distributing trades.
3.Equity Cash Share
This allocation method does not distribute trades directly to each investor’s account. Trades are placed directly from the Manager’s account and the realized Profit/Loss is distributed based on the percentage of total pool contribution by each investor account.
4.Equal Volume
Trader can choose to positively copytrade or opposite. Child account can allocate any open position based on percentage in master account.
5.Percentage Module
Percentage — Master account will set a Maximum open position, while Child account will allocate each open position base on percentage. Total of child open must be the maximum open position. If any child account is excluded or freeze, Master account have to relocate the percentage ratio from remaining child account.
6.Multiplying Module
Total Master Account Lot Size equals to Sum of Child Lot Size. Master Account will allocate open position on every Child account through multiplier ratio.
7.Fixed Lot Copytrade
Master account will allocate fixed lot for all child account. Any Open position in Master Account will copy to child account based on the fixed lot.
8.Percentage of Equity
Open position of Copytrade will distribute based on percentage of Equity.