SINGAPORE -- (Marketwire) -- 06/27/12 -- Saxo Bank, the parent company of Saxo Capital Markets, has been awarded Best Online Futures and Options Provider at this year's MoneyAM Online Finance Awards.
While Saxo Bank is renowned for online Forex trading, Saxo Bank offers more than 130 futures contracts on live online tradable prices. The Bank's online Futures trading opens up the world's major markets, from Chicago to Singapore and through the Bank's online trading platforms, investors can access a huge range of products -- from oil and metals to currencies, bonds, agricultural and indices -- across the global Futures markets, including CMEGroup, Eurex and Euronext.
Recently, this online trading and investment specialist expanded its derivatives universe by introducing Contract Options, an investment alternative that allows clients to trade Options on gold, oil and other commodities, currencies, interest rates, bonds and major stock indices. By trading Contract Options online, clients can take advantage of market uncertainty and changes in market volatility, and implement trading strategies in rising or falling markets, as well as markets without any specific direction.
Saxo Capital Markets Pte. Ltd. ("Saxo Capital Markets") is licensed as a Capital Market Services provider and an Exempt Financial Advisor, and is supervised by the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
You should carefully consider whether trading in leveraged products is appropriate for you in the light of your financial circumstances. You should be aware that dealing in products that are highly leveraged carry significantly greater risk than non-geared investments such as share trading. As such, you could both gain and lose large amounts of money. You may sustain losses in excess of the monies you initially deposit and also in excess of the margin required to establish and maintain any positions in leveraged products.
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About Saxo Capital Markets
Established since 2006, Saxo Capital Markets Pte. Ltd. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Saxo Bank A/S, the online trading and investment specialist. It serves as the Asia Pacific headquarters and holds a Capital Markets Services licence from the Monetary Authority of Singapore and a Commodity Broker licence from The International Enterprise Singapore.
Clients can trade Forex, CFDs, Stocks, Futures, Options and other derivatives via SaxoTrader, SaxoWebTrader, SaxoMobileTrader and SaxoTrader Apps on iPhone and Android devices, the leading multi-asset online trading platforms. Widely recognised for their performance and features, these platforms have consistently won some of the industry's most prestigious awards.
Saxo Capital Markets also offers award-winning white label solutions to a broad institutional client base.
Saxo Bank, parent company of Saxo Capital Markets, holds full banking licences in Denmark, France and Switzerland and are licensed by every local regulator where there is a physical office.
For more details, please visit www.saxomarkets.com.sg
Following its launch in 2003, MoneyAM provides personal finance information, stock market data, business news and comment. The aim of the awards is to recognise innovative and high quality service, as well as products from companies in the online world of finance. The MoneyAM Online Finance Awards are now in their fourth year and last year had over 7,500 votes, making them a true ranking of the online financial marketplace.
For more details, please visit http://www.moneyam.com/awards/
Saxo Capital Markets Pte Ltd
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