efx.com Securities Co., Ltd. in Japan partners with CFH Clearing to Roll Out bespoke trading platforms

efx.com Securities Co., Ltd. (efx.com), one of Japan’s prestigious retail brokers, has partnered with CFH Clearing to offer ClearWeb, NetStation and NetDania Mobile to clients. The rapidly growing brokerage has customised the front-end trading solutions and re-branded the platforms ‘ClearStation’. The platforms, which include Japanese translations, go live this month. Maki Usami, President of efx.com […]

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efx.com Securities Co., Ltd. (efx.com), one of Japan’s prestigious retail brokers, has partnered with CFH Clearing to offer ClearWeb, NetStation and NetDania Mobile to clients.

The rapidly growing brokerage has customised the front-end trading solutions and re-branded the platforms ‘ClearStation’. The platforms, which include Japanese translations, go live this month.

Maki Usami, President of efx.com comments, “By co-operating with CFH, the winner of the best liquidity provider in the 2015 Finance Magnates London Summit Awards, our company has been able to select from a wide range of platforms and also benefit from their customized services and strong knowledge of the local market.

“From a number of platforms that we reviewed, our company is highly impressed by these platforms’ efficiency and integrity. Moreover, NetDania Mobile’s full customer rating scores in the app store show its competitiveness. By using our ClearStation, clients can also monitor and execute trades with their tablets and smartphones. Launching ClearStation will be a catalyst for significant growth of our company.”

Paul Jackson, Global Head of Sales, CFH Clearing adds, “We are delighted to be working with such a reputable brokerage as efx.com to put them at the forefront of the mobile trading revolution. This is a great opportunity for CFH Clearing to deliver our platforms. NetDania and NetDania Mobile, in particular, are proving to be extremely popular across Asia.

“This latest partnership builds on our growth in Japan, where we have gained a reputation for our advanced technology and customised liquidity. Our investment in TY3 in Japan has also given us a competitive edge, enabling us to provide clients with enhanced execution and reduced latency. We look forward to continued growth in the region.”

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