|By PR Newswire||
|November 14, 2012 05:02 AM EST||
LIMASSOL, Cyprus, November 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Further to the exciting news only last month about its forthcoming rebrand, Tadawul FX is proud to announce that the rebranding of the company to Liquid Markets is now complete and under its new dynamic management, the company has already upgraded all services and trading accounts to reflect this new strategic direction and forthcoming period of rapid development.
Forex Broker Tadawul FX today announces the official arrival of Liquid Markets, successfully completing the company's rebrand further to their recent recapitalization and major changes to the management team. Building on the success and growth of the company over the last six years, this new phase as Liquid Markets seeks to offer a greatly enhanced trading experience both in terms of cutting edge technology and execution and new highly competitive trading conditions.
The new Liquid Markets website is available at http://www.lqdmarkets.com and is already offering new and improved features in terms of technology and account structures, catering not only to retail but also institutional and professional clients.
One of the key changes made during the transition to Liquid Markets has been the focus on major improvements to execution. Through new agreements with top tier liquidity providers and the introduction of key features such as one click dealing, five decimal trading and direct market execution, Liquid Markets is able to provide a strong offering with more accurate pricing not only for the retail trader but also the more professional and institutional client. Spreads have also become tighter starting at 0.9 pips fixed on EUR/USD, with no requotes or commissions, and the trading account types have been expanded and improved.
Nicolas Bang, the CEO of Liquid Markets Ltd, has over 18 years experience in the field and brings with him unparalleled knowledge and expertise, which will be key in the company's new ambitious growth strategy.
Speaking about the launch of Liquid Markets, Bang says: "We are delighted to announce the completion of our transformation into Liquid Markets and the launch of some of our new features and improved trading conditions. As we feel liquidity and execution are key, these have been our immediate priorities in setting up Liquid Markets for the success of traders. Our focus is centered on allowing our traders to access the best possible prices and solid execution they can count on, with greater speed and accuracy than ever before. Our newly structured team includes highly skilled and experienced professionals, so we will also be combining this with excellent customer support, and ongoing service, as well a commitment to complete transparency and ongoing innovation. This will allow us to continue to build on our strengths and differentiate ourselves in the market, as we seek to move things to a whole new level."
The next phase for the company also includes opening an office in London, which will signal the start of the company's expansion of its regional office network, enabling further local support for clients.
Bang continues, "As I have said previously, our vision for Liquid Markets is to stand out by providing our customers with the tools, liquidity, technology, execution and support they need, in order to give them the highest chances of winning in this market. We are committed to achieving this goal, and to be fair and reliable as a broker, so that our clients know they can depend on us."
For more information about Liquid Markets and to access some of the new trading features, please visit http://www.lqdmarkets.com .
About Liquid Markets:
Liquid Markets is an online forex broker. LQD Markets Ltd is licensed and regulated by the Cyprus Securities & Exchange Commission (license number 103/09) and is also registered with the UK Financial Services Authority (FSA) with registration number 516667, as well as the German regulators BAFIN (Reg 123252).
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