NeoNet today announced trading and brokerage access to the Japanese markets including the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Osaka Securities Exchange and Jasdaq Securities Exchange.
Access to Japan is NeoNet's spearhead into the Asian markets. Japanese trading will be followed by NeoNet offering access to additional exchanges in the Asian region. The addition of the Japanese markets creates a global trading service offering with round-the-clock trading for NeoNet's professional client base.
"With the addition of Japan, and other Asian markets to follow, we meet the global trading need of our buy- and sell-side clients around the world," said Simon Nathanson, CEO of NeoNet. "We are in a phase of rapid expansion and will continue to add new marketplaces and high-performance trading functionality."
"We have seen an increasing demand from our clients to use NeoNet as their independent agency broker and DMA access point for their Asian trading," said Greg Treacy, Director of US Sales, NeoNet. "To best service the demands of our client base, we have increased staffing and set up trading operations from our US office covering the full suite of Asian market hours."
Average daily trading on the Japanese markets amounts to approximately JPY 2,900 bn (USD 25 bn) and 2 bn shares per day. There are over 4,000 companies listed on the different markets. Some of the largest and most actively traded equities on the Japanese markets are: Toyota, Honda, Canon, Sony and Nissan.
In addition to the Japanese markets, NeoNet offers trading access to the following exchanges: American Stock Exchange, Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Milan, Nasdaq, NYSE, Oslo, Paris, Stockholm, SWX, Toronto, Vienna and Virt-x.