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OANDA named world’s Best Retail FX Platform

28th July, 2016

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Melinda Earsdon
Global Head of Public Relations
+65 6579 8288
pr@oanda.com

OANDA has been named the world’s Best Retail FX Platform at the prestigious e-FX awards by leading industry publication FX Week, beating out a host of competitors and knocking last year’s winner off the top spot.

A global leader in online multi-asset trading services, OANDA combines cutting-edge trading technology and exceptional execution across a wide range of asset classes, enabling clients to trade global market indices, commodities, treasuries, precious metals and currencies both on their institutional-grade OANDA trading platform and the ever popular MT4.

Ed Eger, President & CEO of OANDA Corporation, says, “We are truly honoured to receive this distinguished award, especially given the competition was so fierce this year. As a FinTech firm, we continually strive to improve our technologies in order to better serve clients and enhance their trading experience. This year alone we’ve already launched an all-new advanced charting html 5 package, introduced multiple mobile enhancements and begun the global rollout of our new state-of-the-art platform featuring institutional-grade execution speeds. As such, this award represents the very essence of the 20-year transformation OANDA has undertaken.”

Now in its 13th year, the 2016 e-FX Awards recognise excellence, innovation and superior customer service in foreign exchange, focusing on quality rather than quantity and traded volumes. The winners were decided by a panel of industry experts, each of whom spent time exploring the platform and speaking with clients from every brokerage before ultimately determining the winner.

About FX WEEK

Published since 1990, FX Week is the industry's exclusive newsletter for foreign exchange and money market professionals working within commercial banks, investment banks, central banks, brokerages, institutional investors, multinational corporations and vendor companies serving the banks and financial institutions. The FX Week editorial team operates out of London, the heart of the foreign exchange market, with support from editorial offices in New York and Hong Kong. FX Week provides daily news updates and 50 print issues a year, including quarterly supplements covering CLS, emerging markets, e-FX, currency derivatives, white labelling and retail FX. The e-FX Awards is an annual awards platform that acknowledges the leaders in the field.