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ADS Securities Takes Top Forex Trading Award for Second Year Running

ABU DHABI, UAE, April 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --



ADS Securities the region's leading independent forex brokerage and financial services trading company has for the second year running been awarded the title of 'Best Forex Trading Service' provider in the UAE.  The award, from Banker Middle East magazine's Products Awards 2014, confirms ADS Securities as the provider of choice in this competitive business area.

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The award was presented to Philippe Ghanem, Managing Director and Vice-Chairman of ADS Securities by Adam Broom, Chief Executive Officer of CPI Financial, at ADS Securities Head Office in Abu Dhabi.

In accepting the award, Philippe Ghanem, commented: "Forex trading across the Middle East is growing fast.  It is a dynamic and liquid marketplace which offers excellent investment opportunities.  We are extremely pleased that for the second year we have picked up the best forex trading award.  Through 2013 we have made significant investments in technology developing the first multi-asset trading platform in the region.  This will bring substantial benefits to traders in the UAE and across the world.  We continue to invest in our products, platforms and service to provide our clients with high quality trading and world beating prices."

In 2013 ADS Securities was voted the Forex Trading Platform of the Year, in the Banker Middle East Product Awards; Best Online Trading Service Provider in the Banker Middle East Industry Awards; Most Trusted Forex Brokerage of the Year, at the 2013 JFEX awards; and The Best Retail FX Broker Award at the 13th MENA Forex Show.

About ADS Securities: 

Abu Dhabi-based ADS Securities is a forex, bullion and commodities trading firm, which brings significant new opportunities to participants in the global and regional forex, commodities, futures and options markets.  ADS Securities offers a comprehensive set of on and off-line services and tools designed to help institutional, professional and high-net-worth participants trade with high efficiency, speed and simplicity.  The company is led by a multi-national management team with a wide range of international experience, having worked some of the world's leading securities trading companies and banks. The company started operations in March 2011 and offers a deep range of market-leading pricing on bid/offer spreads across all major currency pairs and in all trade sizes.  ADS Securities is building a large network of liquidity providers (LPs), including tier 1 and 2 banks and financial institutions, Electronic Communications Networks (ECNs), FX and commodity exchanges and brokers.  

The company's location in Abu Dhabi allows it to provide extended support to clients in the East and West beyond normal trading hours and days.  ADS Securities provides clients 24/ 6 trade support through a team of experienced sales traders and chief dealer who work proactively to provide the timely advice and assistance necessary for successful trade execution.  A diligent in-house operations and risk teams constantly monitor and manage the post-trade cycle to reduce risk to a minimum.  To trade Forex, precious metals, commodities, futures, options and more visit http://www.adss.com.  ADS Securities is part of the ADS Holding group and is regulated and licensed by the UAE Central Bank, and was established with initial capital of US$400 million.

For more information, please contact:
Stephen Davie, Communications Director, ADS Securities
Tel: +971-2-654-7663
Mob: +971-56-6852-878
Email: [email protected]

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