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LMAX EXCHANGE WINS BEST FX ECN/MTF FOR THE THIRD YEAR RUNNING

London, 5 February 2015 - LMAX Exchange, the leading FCA regulated MTF for global FX and the UK’s fastest growing technology firm, has been named ‘Best FX Trading Venue (ECN/MTF)’ for the third year running at the 2015 Wall Street Letter (WSL) Institutional Trading Awards. The LMAX Exchange business model and its contribution to the industry has been recognised alongside the world’s leading exchanges and financial services firms.

The award was presented at a gathering of Financial Services industry leaders at the Cipriani Hotel in New York City on February 4th, and accepted by Patrick Bartle, Global Head of FX Strategy, and Tom Gould, Head of US Sales at LMAX Exchange. The WSL Institutional Trading Awards honour innovation and excellence in the institutional trading industry, awarding exchanges, brokerages and financial technology companies for their achievements throughout the year.

David Mercer, CEO of LMAX Exchange commented:
“We are delighted to have been named the ‘Best FX ECN/MTF’ for the third year running. This award demonstrates strong recognition of our contribution to the FX industry and our leading role in transforming it towards complete transparency and level playing field for all market participants. With clients in over 80 countries and remarkable growth achieved to date, LMAX Exchange is fast becoming the emerging benchmark for global FX.”

Friday, 06 Feb, 2015 / 6:39

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Source : http://www.lmax.com/

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