Zurich-based Investment firm ayondo, which operates a regulated online social trading platform in London and Frankfurt, today launched a refresh of its website to offer improved usability and a new design.
ayondo offers a broad spectrum of services that cover both retail and institutional sectors. The group claims to have 210,000 users from 195 countries on its social trading platform. Earlier in April, ayondo revealed that it is currently working on a Reverse Takeover (RTO) transaction which could make it the first fintech company to be listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX). The company is valued at $155 million, as per related coverage by Finance Magnates.
Apart from the modern look, the revamped website also provides interesting features aimed at further improving the trading experience for its clients, while ensuring complete safety of all operations. Today, the ayondo website provides traders with seamless and a more personalized experience, with which users can now quickly get to where they need.
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In a media release, Ayondo explained that it has focused on the development of fully responsive design, bringing a new charting package on the self-directed trading platform TradeHub, expanded selection of 13 different chart types with more than 170 indicators, as well as drawing and analysis tools to maximize the user’s trading experience.
Furthermore, the company has moved into a new office located near many other tech and web-based UK companies at London’s Silicon Roundabout along Old Street and East Road. The new space resides in a boom town for companies focusing on fintech, e-commerce, and mobile apps, which has led to the area being dubbed Silicon Roundabout after Silicon Valley in California.
Speaking about the development, Robert Lempka, CEO and co-founder of ayondo, stated: “Our new location at Silicon Roundabout represents the very core of what ayondo is all about; the intersection of world-class financial services and cutting-edge technology.”
Additionally, ayondo Singapore also moved offices to newly renovated historical premises at Armenian Street, which is at the heart of the city’s civic and cultural district. The company set up an office in Singapore several years ago under the name ayondo Asia PTE Ltd.
Finance Magnates reported last month on ayondo when the company launched its new mobile app, the ayondo academy, which was created by the group’s Mobile Lab in Singapore and allows users to trade virtual stocks and participate in trading competitions.