ViewTrade Holding Corp. ("ViewTrade") announced its partnership with Seminario y Cia Sociedad Agente de Bolsa S.A. ("Seminario"), the largest independently owned retail broker-dealer in Peru.
The integration with innovative fintech solutions provider ViewTrade is now enabling Seminario's customers to invest in U.S. securities online.
"This partnership is revolutionary for Seminario and its retail clients in Peru, and we are proud to offer the turnkey solutions that are driving it," said Kenneth Chan, Managing Director of ViewTrade Holding Corporation and President of Orbis Systems. "Before now, Seminario's retail customers were primarily placing trades in U.S. securities via telephone, speaking with a locally registered Seminario representative each time they wanted to initiate a transaction. This integration is another example of how we are helping to democratize investing across the globe, and we look forward to enabling further growth for Seminario."
Fintech solutions provider, ViewTrade, enables Seminario's customers to invest in U.S. securities online.
The backend integration and launch of ViewTrade's white-labeled trading platform took only two weeks. After launch, retail clients of Seminario began trading directly through an agile, intuitive and secure platform that is proven to withstand heavy trading volumes and volatility. By integrating with the leading fintech solutions provider, Seminario avoided having to invest in increasing headcount or building its own financial technology infrastructure, which could take years to develop.
"We are happy to partner with leading fintech innovator ViewTrade," said Javier Cuzzi, Head of Methods and Systems Organization. "The plug-in fintech infrastructure and turnkey solutions that ViewTrade provides are now enabling us to meet the heavy retail investing demand we are experiencing in Peru - and in the most efficient way. This has been an incredible milestone in our fintech evolution and we look forward to continuing to offer our clients a more frictionless experience for investing in U.S. securities."