Emirates NBD starts e-mobile trading apps
Dubai, November 10, 2012
Emirates NBD Securities has launched 'eBrokerMobile,' the first approved mobile trading application for UAE stock markets in order to provide investors with enhanced services and the opportunity to experience the latest technologies.
The launch of the new application is part of Emirates NBD Securities’ continuous efforts towards making customers’ investments and trading activities more accessible, said a senior official.
“Mobile technology is a great tool for opening up trading opportunities for investors on the move and those who do not have access to other trading portals. We, at Emirates NBD Securities, are pleased to introduce our first iPhone app which will provide investors easy access to investment and trading facilities,” remarked Abdulla Al Hosani, GM at Emirates NBD Securities.
"The new app allows investors to be updated with the market trends and latest developments and gives them the opportunity to make smart investment decisions and execute trade transactions, wherever they are," he explained.
Hassan Al Serkal, the executive VP, head of operations division, Dubai Financial Market (DFM) said: “We strongly support various brokerage firms in their efforts to provide investors with highly sophisticated services and the most proficient and flexible communication channels including online and mobile trading."
"Certainly, these services respond to the investors’ needs and make stock trading much easier from wherever they are. We are delighted to see such constructive efforts from Emirates NBD Securities as well as other DFM-licensed brokerage firms, and we have spared no effort to provide the necessary technical requirements in preparation for this service,” he added.
Ghanem Al Dhaheri, the head of IT at Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange said this new electronic platform will allow investors execute trades via smart phones is yet another valuable addition to the innovative set of service.-TradeArabia News Service
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