What was first suggested by Forex Magnates two days ago, became official today: One of the leading Japanese brokers, Monex Group, announced it was partnering with the innovative Danish apps based platform, tradable, to offer the platform to Monex’s 1,300,000 clients in Japan. There’s still no exact date for the launch, but we were told it would not be before late in the third quarter of 2013.
In an official joint statement the companies released, they defined the announcement as “the most significant to date, marking a major step forward in tradable’s global expansion plan”. The Danish platform also stated, it was “a significant coup for us to be entering the Japanese market just six months after launching our beta version”.
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Voted the most innovative financial product at the Forex Magnates Summit in London 2012, tradable allows traders to create a completely customized online trading platform using third party developed apps to fully define their trading experience.
Oki Matsumoto, CEO of Monex, commented in the statement, saying “our partnership with tradable reflects Monex’s strategy of introducing our clients to the most innovative products on the market – and we are therefore delighted to be the first Japanese broker to adopt and roll out tradable”.