FXCM to transfer New Zealand clients to local white label Halifax

FXCM to transfer New Zealand clients to local white label Halifax

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Currently Halifax New Zealand Limited is a white label partner of Interactive Brokers and provides its clients with access to over 36 exchanges worldwide through the online trading platform Trader Workstation. 

NEW YORK and AUCKLAND, New Zealand, March 30, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — FXCM Inc. (NYSE:FXCM) (“FXCM”), a leading online provider of foreign exchange (FX) trading and related services, today with Halifax New Zealand, a stock and derivatives broker, announced that they have entered into a white label partnership to offer retail FX and CFD trading to customers throughout New Zealand.

Halifax New Zealand, is a licensed “Issuer” with the New Zealand Financial Markets Authority and under the new partnership, Halifax New Zealand will enable its clients to access the FXCM Trading Station or MetaTrader 4 trading platforms and services. Halifax New Zealand clients will now benefit from FXCM’s distinctive No Dealing Desk Forex and Enhanced CFD execution models while trading with a locally regulated broker.

FXCM will be transferring its existing clients in New Zealand to Halifax in the coming months, and will notify clients of this transition ahead of the transfer.

FXCM is one of world’s largest forex brokers in terms of trading volume. It is a registered futures commission merchant (FCM) and a retail forex dealer (RFED) with the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). Its registered and regulated with the relevant authorities in the US, UK, Australia, and France.

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