Abu Dhabi's ADS Securities is expanding into new services including investment banking and asset management following its acquisition of a London brokerage firm, its vice chairman and executive managing director said on Tuesday.
ADS Securities, the Middle East's leading forex brokerage and one of the fastest growing FX trading companies globally, has announced the launch of its new multi-asset online trading platform.
Orex Optim is the first proprieta
ADS Securities, a leading forex brokerage in the Middle East, said it has started trading the USDCHN currency pair (US Dollar/ Chinese Renminbi).
Offering access to the Renminbi (RMB) has been driven by a growing interest in the C
Abu Dhabi-based brokerage and financial services trading company ADS Securities said it signed a MoU with Asian conglomerate Tune Group that will pave the way for a proposed collaboration to develop a number of b
Abu Dhabi-based ADS Securities (ADSS) said it has launched an innovative and game-changing new service, Prime, which is designed for professional and high-net worth FX, currency, and bullion traders.
Prime will provide institutional s
Abu Dhabi based ADS Securities (ADSS), a leading forex and commodities trading firm, is opening a London office and applying for the Financial Services Authority (FSA) licence to allow it to expand its UK operation.
The ADSS trading platfo
ADS Securities, the Abu Dhabi-based forex and commodities trading platform, has established a liquid and dynamic FX marketplace in the Middle East, which is attracting investors from financial centres around the world.
Middle East and South East Asian companies can work together to tap new opportunities arising from the growth of emerging markets, new technology and the issues facing traditional investment markets, said an expert.
The financial services
Abu Dhabi-based forex and commodities trading firm ADS Securities has reported a 75 per cent rise in trading volumes during Ramadan, compared with July.
The increase was driven by new clients joining the platform and was supported by stron