Mubasher Financial Services Expands Trading Across New Markets

Monday 29 February 2016
Shafi Wahid

Dubai - MENA Herald: Mubasher Financial Services, one of the leading financial institutions in the Middle East, is pleased to announce that it has undertaken a momentous step to offer investors access to seven additional trading markets, including South Africa, Singapore, Hong Kong, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Australia, and Japan.

The addition of South Africa, Bangladesh gives Mubasher complete coverage of all key markets in Africa and the Asian subcontinent for the first time, while its extension in Pakistan makes it the first international broker to offer Direct Market Access (DMA) trading support in the Asian nation.Mubasher Financial Services now covers 43 stock markets which includes 12 countries in all key markets in the world and gives Mubasher clients coverage from Japan across to US and from Australia to UK.

Commenting on the addition of new markets, Shafi Wahid, Head of Broker Network, Director Asia & Africa at Mubasher Financial Services, said:
“In line with our reputation as the go-to broker of choice in the region, we continue to expand our market coverage to ensure that we provide our investors with access to the world’s stock markets supported by our internationally respected technology and award winning trading platform. We continue to focus on growth and on providing our investors with best-in-class service.”
Samer Abuzahra, General Manager-Institutional Brokerage at Mubasher Financial Services said: “Mubasher continues to be a pioneer in providing regional and international trading through the growth of our market coverage, which now includes Japan and Australia, as we continue to invest in our trading network and platform to ensure that our investors have the capabilities to access and trade their preferred markets. We continue to focus on growth as we optimize our trading network, and we remain well-positioned for steady and sustained growth even during tough times.”

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