Sucden Financial (HK) Limited named Best New FX Liquidity Provider in Asia

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Sucden Financial (HK) Limited has been named Best New FX Liquidity Provider in Asia in the 2014 Global Banking & Finance Review Awards.

With a firmly established reputation in the region, the Hong Kong-based subsidiary of London-based broker Sucden Financial Limited, offers its clients fully customised solutions, tight spreads, deep pools of liquidity, with a 100% STP model and excellent service.

Raymond Mok, Head of Foreign Exchange & Bullion Development in Hong Kong said, “It is a great honour to be recognised as Best New FX Liquidity Provider in Asia. We are delighted that the judges were impressed by our strong focus on customer service and the organisation’s compelling offering for clients. We are able to offer our clients customised solutions meaning no two clients are configured in the same way.”

Michael Overlander added “This award is a great achievement for our Hong Kong subsidiary so soon after being granted its leveraged foreign exchange licence by the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC). It further enhances our position as a market leader in this field and demonstrates our continued commitment to expansion in the Asia region.”

The Global Banking & Finance Review awards, judged by a panel of industry experts, recognise excellence within the global financial community. They have been designed to reflect the innovation, achievement, strategy and progressive changes taking place within the financial sector.

About Sucden Financial (HK) Limited

About Sucden Financial (HK) Limited

Established in 2008, Sucden Financial (HK) Limited is the Hong Kong subsidiary of Sucden Financial Limited.

The firm is licensed by the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) to engage in leveraged foreign exchange trading. The company also acts as an introducing broker to the parent company for its futures and options business and trades bullion directly for clients.

Sucden Financial (HK) Limited is regulated by the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC).

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