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Investment One launches `EasyTrade’ online platform


LAGOS – Investment One Stockbrokers International Ltd on Friday in Lagos launched an online trading platform, tagged “EasyTrade’’ to enhance investors participation on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).

The company’s Managing Director, Mrs Chidiogo Ezejiofor, said at the product’s launch that the platform would enable investors to buy and sell stocks on the exchange with real-time processing functionality.

Ezejiofor said the platform would provide users real-time market data with availability of various technical indicators to analyse the trend and momentum of the market.
She also said the platform would enable investors to make informed decisions based on the latest data.

Ezejiofor said the product was made up of world-class technology with robust client data protection and security framework to give clients a seamless experience when processing transactions.

According to her, the platform provides access to indepth market insight with the research materials of the company to enable clients make informed investment decisions.

“This platform will enable our client to make their stockbroking portfolios on mobile devices, tablets, laptops and desktop computers.

“The 24/7 connectivity to the portfolio is complemented by access to the company’s online customers support for customers to talk directly to customer service team,’’ she said.

Also speaking, Mrs Abimbola Afolabi-Ajayi, Executive Director, Investment One Financial Services Ltd., said the platform was part of the company’s corporate social responsibility to boost investors participation in the market.

Afolabi-Ajayi explained that “the platform has a robust security features which is well articulated to ensure that investors trades and accounts are not compromised’’.

She said the company was committed to capital market literacy to promote investment in the nation’s bourse and give the investing public the confidence to invest wisely.

“We will continue to educate investors on the usage of the platform to know the right time to execute their trading,’’ Afolabi-Ajayi said.

She added that the company was well positioned to provide comprehensive services to meet its clients’ investment requirements.

Afolabi-Ajayi noted that the initiative would facilitate access to trading on the stock market at the investing public’s fingertips.

The company is a subsidiary of Investment One Financial Services Ltd. (NAN)

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