Share trading system offers advisers access to 70 global stock markets from a single account
Easybroker is offering intermediaries a share trading system, offering access to 70 global stock markets from a single electronic account.
The service is available to small- and medium-sized brokerages, as well as advisers, and offers an institutional product for fund managers, proprietary brokers, private banks and central dealing desks.
Savvas Liasis, co-founder and chief executive officer of Easybroker, said: 'With Easybroker we are redefining global retail equity broking by expanding the opportunities available to institutional and smaller professional investors so that they can trade in any market, at any time, by a variety of means.'
The company's Electronic Retail Access service can be accessed over the phone and the internet and also features a range of market and business analysis tools.
Easybroker is expanding its service to include an electronic order network ' an institutional brokerage service for fund managers, proprietary brokers, private banks and central dealing desks.
The service is available through groups including Bloomberg and the SunGard Transactional Network. Among the stock markets covered by the service are the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq, as well as the London markets, including Aim. Other international markets covered include the Tokyo and Hong Kong stock exchanges, Singapore, Amsterdam, Johannesburg, Milan and Luxembourg.
Among emerging markets, stock exchanges covered include Moscow, Budapest, Shanghai, Shenzen, Mexico, Sao Paulo, Kuala Lumpur and Bombay.
Easybroker said the service features encrypted order routing to increase security, as well as client anonymity when dealing, with Easybroker acting in markets on the client's behalf.
The group also said that the service offers immediate electronic notification of order completion, as well as a global stock selection tool, enabling investors to pick stocks accord-ing to pre-selected criteria. The service is open to group and basket orders.
Virgin has also launched a share-dealing service offering a flat fee of £12.95 per trade.
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