Language is power! ADS Securities launches first ever Arabic language trading app

A world first in the development of trading applications has come to fruition, this time in the form of the first ever multi-asset mobile trading application with full Arabic language functionality. Abu Dhabi-based electronic trading stalwart ADS Securities has launched the trading application which is part of the OREX suite of trading platforms, with availability […]

ADS Securities launches first ever Arabic language trading app

A world first in the development of trading applications has come to fruition, this time in the form of the first ever multi-asset mobile trading application with full Arabic language functionality.

Abu Dhabi-based electronic trading stalwart ADS Securities has launched the trading application which is part of the OREX suite of trading platforms, with availability from Apple Appstore or Google Play.

With regard to language support, the ability for traders to operate their accounts in Arabic is a very important development when considering that the Gulf states are regions in which the retail electronic trading business is experiencing exponential growth.

Making a commercial statement on this development, Philippe Ghanem, CEO and Vice-Chairman of ADS Securities stated “The development and launch of OREX Mobile is the natural next step in the evolution of our brokerage business. It is a new way to access our high standard of service combined with market-leading prices and spreads–OREX puts the power of a desktop in traders’ pockets to make the markets work for them anytime, anywhere.”

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