The MAM account or Multiple Account Management, should not be confused with the Meta Quotes multi-terminal system, which has its limitations. A MAM account allows you to use the percentage allocation method like a PAMM account. However, it provides greater flexibility to allocate the trades. Moreover, it adjusts the risk of each sub-account based on the clients’ risk profiles.
For example, the manager can allocate trades on a fixed basis. It means that he can define the number of lots traded by each individual account. This fixed allocation can also be done using a LAMM (Lot Allocation Management Module) account.
The manager can also change the amount of leverage applied to the sub-accounts. It applicable if his clients want to take on a greater level of risk.
MAM provides flexibility in managing investors’ accounts through the company’s management tools for fund and professional managers. MAM accounts can be sorted and reviewed according to rating details. These details are such as account age, invested capital, drawdown, and daily, monthly, and total profitability.