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Invast Australia demonstrates continuous improvement in the Prime Services sector with a redeveloped website

20 August 2015 (Sydney, Australia)

FX and CFD brokerage powerhouse Invast Australia has unveiled a major redesign of its website. The polished design is a reflection of the company’s renewed direction as it focuses its efforts on sophisticated clients and institutional relationships.

The launch of the new website comes after several months of planning and development which required input from teams across the entire business. The time and effort invested reflects the dedication of Invast to enhancing its company capabilities over the coming years. The firm believes it has created a site which rightly portrays its status as a premium multi-asset broker, providing bespoke investment solutions to a wide range of traders across the globe. 

The revamped website showcases the rich history of Invast allowing for a greater understanding of who the company is, the different clientele it caters for and the brokerage solutions it offers. Users will find that the new website provides quick access to a range of industry-leading trading technologies as well as additional channels for visitors to speak with a member of the Invast team. Furthermore, the new account section of the site allows prospective and existing clients to submit a request to create an account, fund and transfer money between accounts immediately.

Invast CEO Brendan Gunn commented “We’ve realised long ago that our website needed a major overhaul. We have recognised a growing opportunity in the institutional space and the website is the next step in fulfilling the long term plans of the firm”.

With the new website now up and running, Invast will now turn its attention to rolling out its thematic investing platform, PortfolioSelect into the broader market.

Visit the redesigned Invast website:


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Invast Prime Services


Phone: +612 8036 7560  

Monday, 24 Aug, 2015 / 7:46

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