01 September 2015

One Financial Markets rolls out Tradable platform

12 August 2014  |  1826 views  |  0 Source: One Financial Markets

One Financial Markets has partnered with Tradable in a phased roll out of the innovative trading platform which begins today for clients wanting to set up a live account.

The award-winning global online broker expects the platform to attract new clients and will be promoting it towards the end of this month via an online campaign in the MENA region. One Financial Markets plans to introduce it to specific groups of existing clients in the future.

The partnership between One Financial Markets and Tradable maps on to Tradable's strategy of teaming up with prestigious banks and brokers across the globe in order to build its trading community.

Using Tradable, traders can create their own customized trading platform, selecting from a wide range of high quality apps covering areas such as news services, technical analysis, algo trading systems and social copy trading. One Financial Markets believes that this innovative and simple approach to creating your own platform, backed up by its 24/5 customer support, will have wide appeal for traders across the globe.

According to Andrew Henderson, Director of Trading at One Financial Markets, "I believe that Tradable is the next generation of trading platforms. The App Store means that you can essentially build your own trading environment. We are excited to offer Tradable to our clients and will be producing our own apps in the very near future."

Jannick Malling, CEO of Tradable added, "One Financial Markets is a company with tremendous success that has managed to grow based on offering a unique service to their clients. With One Financial Markets' attention to client success, they are an ideal partner for Tradable. We truly believe they have the capabilities to fully draw benefits from the open ecosystem and wealth of customizability which Tradable offers."

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