Laeken International Anticipates Completion of 2.5 Billion Cleared Futures Contracts for 2011

Laeken International, an international leading commodity futures brokerage firm, has announced its anticipation to complete the 2.5 billion cleared futures contracts before the 2011 ends. The projection aims to outshine 2 billion cleared futures contracts in 2010. The announcement of the projection was made by Laeken International Chief Executive Officer and current President, Mr. Sebastian Pacey.

Zurich, Switzerland, July 06, 2011 --( “This will be another landmark in the trading history of Laeken International and our proven concentration on trading services and much improved technology infrastructure,” remarked Pacey. “Despite the ongoing economic mayhem, Laeken International continues to accumulate new trading accounts at above normal pace record. Most of our clients understand the significance of having a dedicated commodity futures brokerage firm providing them the most possible and the most excellent clearing and trade execution services. As the trading requisites of our clients continue to advance, we also continue to commit ourselves to provide their changing trading needs.”

As it is concentrating more on the trading infrastructure due to the sophisticated needs of the clients for more advanced technology, Laeken International is regularly developing and building up its innovative and modern trading infrastructure to guarantee clients’ orders are timely executed with supreme reliability and speed.

The Laeken International has also the so called high capability fiber optic pipelines and compounded exchange connections which are believe to take full advantage of the speed of trades. Laeken International has also a global server hosting data centers established in key cities like Frankfurt, Canada, Australia, Chicago, Houston, Tokyo and France. These data centers ensure redundancy and high performance connectivity to world’s leading futures exchanges. Laeken International focus on trading technology enables its global clients to attain the lowest probable latency when executing trade orders.

“We do believe that through our focus on technological infrastructure, we can positively achieve our projected 2.5 billion futures contracts for this year, because it is within the capacities of our trading systems that we can ensure successful trading,” added Pacey.

Laeken International
Greg Newman