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TraderEvolution partners with Singaporean broker-bealer UOBKayHian

Maria Nikolova

The regional expansion of TraderEvolution is gathering pace with a major deal in the Far East.

One of the most rapidly growing end-to-end technology providers in the industry, TraderEvolution, continues to increase its portfolio of partnerships. The latest deal the company announces is with one of the largest broker-dealers in Singapore, UOBKayHian. The firms have announced a new partnership which will enable the brokerage company to offer a seamless multi-asset trading platform solution to its clients.

The broker-dealer based in Singapore has a strong regional presence and is committed to the continued development of its offering. With the ongoing development of new products, featuring multiple asset classes, the firm has turned to a proven technology leader in the industry to deliver a next-generation experience to UOBKayHian’s retail and high net worth individuals and corporate clients.

TraderEvolution is complimentary to the broker’s strategy to offer its clients access to trading a multitude of asset classes, including futures, and listed options as well as CFDs on equities and indices, leveraged FX and metals. UOBKayHian’s partnership with the multi-asset platform provider ensures the scalability of its offering and seamless perspective for adding access to more financial instruments.

“The addition of this important partnership in the Far East perfectly underscores our capability to adapt to the needs of different markets. The combination of multi-market product offering, retail and corporate clientele and specifically customized requirements made this project to be very much in line with our specialization. We are continuing our expansion across different geographies and are pleased to help with such ambitious projects,” the CEO of TraderEvolution, Roman Nalivayko commented.

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