Pepperstone Strengthens Asian Expansion with Singapore Dollar Forex Trading Accounts
Posted on: 16 June 2011 , by: Trading Desk , category: Pepperstone Press Releases
Singaporean Forex Traders can now trade with one of the World’s Fastest Growing Forex Brokers
Melbourne – June 15, 2011 – Pepperstone (www.pepperstone.com), one of the fastest growing online foreign exchange (“FOREX”, “FX”) brokers worldwide, today announced the release of Singapore Dollar (SGD) trading accounts for forex traders.
Using the new account type, which allows Singaporean traders to hold a SGD base currency trading account and avoid conversion to other currencies, Pepperstone enables Singaporean clients to easily access its Forex Trading platform, Metatrader 4. Pepperstone provides Forex brokerage for individuals and institutions globally. With a client base in over 12 countries across Asia, Pepperstone is one of the largest Forex brokers in the region.
“We’re excited to take our Asian expansion to the next level with SGD trading accounts. Singapore is a key hub of Asian finance and Singaporeans now have the chance to trade FX whilst keeping funds in their native currency.” Owen Kerr, CEO at Pepperstone, said. “We’ll be allocating significant internal resources to support our Asian expansion and offering increased services to Singapore is the first phase”
For more information, please visit http://www.pepperstone.com/
Pepperstone Financial Pty Ltd is an execution only forex brokerage firm. The company provides access to fair, competitive and transparent pricing across all major currency pairs by equipping traders with best-in-class trading technology and customer service. The company is based in Melbourne, Australia.
Pepperstone maintains segregated client accounts with AA rated banks, including National Australia Bank and HSBC.
Pepperstone Financial Pty Ltd is a corporate authorised representative, CAR No. 389931 of CDM Pacific Pty Ltd which holds an Australian Financial Services License (AFSL 223682) issued and regulated by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC).
Owen Kerr Phone: +61 3 9020 0155 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org