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World Finance Once Again Recognises FXPRIMUS as Best STP Broker Asia 2014 and for Best Trade Execution Asia 2014

SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE -- (Marketwired) -- 05/04/14 -- Leading global foreign exchange brokerage FXPRIMUS today announced for the third year in a row, that it has been given the Best STP Broker Asia 2014 and Best Trade Execution Asia 2014 Awards by Global Banking & Finance Review.

The awards honour companies that stand out in particular areas of expertise in the banking and finance industry. The Global Banking & Finance Review judging panel awarded FXPRIMUS in the Best Trade Execution Asia 2014 and Best STP (straight-through processing) Broker Asia 2014 categories using a wide range of criteria.

"FXPRIMUS was chosen for the third consecutive year because of their outstanding achievements in the FOREX market and their continued commitment to providing superior trade execution and straight through processing," said Wanda Rich, Editor of Global Banking & Finance Review.

FXPRIMUS scored highly for advanced technology, a strong emphasis on education services, trading platform and account options, trading environment and execution, innovative marketing and business-building tools, mobile trading capabilities, and multi-lingual customer service.

"It is with great pride and sincere thanks to our customers that we accept these awards from the Global Finance & Banking Review," said Terry Thompson, president of FXPRIMUS. "Our goal as a safe and transparent Forex brokerage firm has been to assure retail and institutional customers alike that they can trade with peace of mind at FXPRIMUS. Winning these awards year after year confirms that we are meeting this goal."

FXPRIMUS prides itself on the outstanding levels of security, technology, liquidity, and trade execution it provides. The company was founded by a group of traders with in-depth understanding of what traders most need in order to trade successfully. This has enabled it to ensure its clients are operating with the best tools available. It is also the first brokerage firm in the world to offer trust accounts to all customers, regardless of account size. This level of security gives an edge over the competition as customers are assured their funds are secure.

ABOUT GLOBAL BANKING & FINANCE REVIEW

Global Banking & Finance Review is an online portal which evolved from the growing need to have a more balanced view for informative and independent news for the global banking and finance industry, across all major sectors, including Banking, Technology, FOREX Trading, Asset Management, Corporate Governance, Islamic Finance, Project Finance, mergers and Acquisitions, Tax and Accounting and Inward Investment, all under one global umbrella. The readership comprises senior decision makers from Fortune 500 companies, large banks, financial institutions and Central Banks from 190 different countries. The Global Banking and Finance Review Awards honour institutions that stand out in their particular area of expertise in the Finance Industry, and are a benchmark for performance and reliability. They recognize achievement, challenge, progress and inspirational change in finance globally. For further information, please visit http://www.globalbankingandfinance.com.

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