GMO Click Securities to launch Investment TV with Daiwa Securities

GMO Click Securities to launch Investment TV with Daiwa Securities

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Japan’s largest forex broker GMO Click Securities (TYO:7177) announced it is launching an informative GMO Click TV investment channel.

It is part of the agreement for business collaboration agreement with Daiwa Securities Group (TYO:8601) – Japan’s second-largest securities brokerage signed this April. The development of an information platform promoting securities and other financial products was also part of the agreement.

The new TV channel will start airing on July 12 and will feature information on markets and investment and video content from Daiwa Internet TV, which is produced by Daiwa Securities Media Networks. There will be daily market analysis and commentary from Daiwa Securities’ analysts, exchange rates, economic calendar and other useful information.

The main purpose of the new channel is to familiarize the general public with the concept of investing in various financial instruments. It will also be available for streaming on mobile devices.


In addition to the forex brokers GMO Click Securities and FX Prime by GMO Corp., The GMO Click Holdings group also includes Hong Kong-based Forex HK, Bullion HK, and London-based Trade UK.

Through its subsidiaries it offers online trading of forex, CFDs and precious metals. It also provides various financial instruments to retail investors. Another subsidiary of GMO Click Holdings, GMO Internet, provides internet infrastructure, online advertising and media and mobile entertainment.

Earlier in June GMO Click Securities reported that its May revenue remained flattish, but its trading volume fell below JPY 100 trillion.

Daiwa Securities Group Inc. is a holding company. It provides a comprehensive financial services including dealing, brokerage, underwriting, and distribution of securities. Other services are research and systems development, custody service, and asset management. Daiwa has subsidiaries in US, Europe, Asia, and Middle East. As of the end of 2015, its capital was JPY 247.4 billion.

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