STO MAAM Account

STO Money Manager program offers custom Multi Account Allocation Manager (MAAM) solution to qualified money and asset managers. Our team of professionals provide money managers a total solution to optimize your trading strategy.

Control and manage multiple accounts simply and conveniently within your STO MT4 platform. Trade multiple CFD instruments across several of your clients’ or your own accounts with ease. By partnering up with STO and opening a MAAM Account you will benefit from:

Top tier Features

  • Customizable trading conditions including spreads, commissions, performance fees, and more,
  • Automated commission calculation of performance fees and withdrawal revenues,
  • Ability to add and/or remove funds without affecting trading activity,
  • Select to trade from over 300 CFD instruments,
  • Solutions for EA and manual traders
  • Extensive reporting functions
  • Gain access to robust software: UMAAM and METAFX
  • High level of end-user control
  • 10 Different Allocation Methods

Money Manager Benefits

  • Offer transparency between STO, Money manager and your clients,
  • Charge clients based on your preferences and investment philosophy
  • Keep investors happy by allowing them to deposit and withdrawal when they want
  • Get access to more opportunities across more markets with our large product range
  • Prevent copying of your trading strategy by showing only closed trade profit and loss to your clients.

Beyond these benefits, you will also gain access to STO’s top-tier trading conditions and advanced trading tools including competitive spreads as low as 0.0 pips and STO’s 12 EAs and 15 Chart Indicators.

Get yourself on the top of your game with STO and sign up by opening either a Trial MAAM account or go directly with Live and reach your goals


FX and CFD trading are high risk and may not be suitable for everyone, ensure you fully understand the risks. You may sustain a loss of some or all of your invested capital.You may sustain a loss of some or all of your invested capital