Looks like some international banks have already provided their online FX platforms targeting the market of active retail traders. Have you tried any of them? How do you compare them against other spot FX platforms? Perhap we should produce a list here for easy reference and comparison. "Citibank http://www.citibank.com.hk/APPS/por...ts&path=/promo/det/iv_fx_margin_15X_promo.htm Foreign Exchange Margin Trading Citibank Foreign Exchange Margin Trading is designed for experienced investors in foreign currency investment. * Offer up to 15 times the amount of your deposits * Designated Treasury Portfolio Consultant who looks after your account and provides up-to-date market information * Minimum margin collateral deposit of US$10,000 with minimum transaction amount of US$100,000 or equivalent. The minimum transaction amount for online channel could be as low as US$50,000 or equivalent. * Trade in 8 major currencies including USD, AUD, CAD, CHF, EUR, GBP, NZD and JPY with 28 cross currency combinations * Innovative online trading tool - FX Margin-Online * Order watching services" "ABN AMRO http://www.abnamromarketindex.com/en/index.php5 marketindex - ABN AMRO's new trading platform for active traders: * Instant access to equity indices, currencies, commodities and bonds * 24 hours, 5 days a week * No start-up costs or transaction fees * Tight spreads - maximum transparency * Power Trading & Box-Options * Stateless technology with no need to download Software More info" Who are the others?