Laeken International Releases Annual Business Achievements for 2010

Laeken International, which is among the world’s best commodity futures trading services providers, is happy to announce its annual business achievements for the year 2010. The annual report which covered trading activities from January to December 2010, highlighted effort of adding new products and services, successful opening of international offices, additional workforce and maintaining its robust position both in the commodities and foreign exchange global markets.

Zurich, Switzerland, July 08, 2011 --( Extremely happy with the last year’s business accomplishments, Sebastian Pacey, current Chief Executive Officer, said: “We would like to extend our sincere thanks to our valued clients for choosing us as their most trusted partner in their investment plans. We know you want the best choice, low and competitive pricing and above all the most excellent customer service. We are here to provide those and we are here to even exceed your trading expectations from us. Your valuable support has reflected in our annual achievement as we have recorded an impressive monthly trading volume of more than 900 million internationally with active customer accounts of over 200,000.”

In 2010, Laeken International has successfully launched more products and instruments and even initiated new account types and electronic trading platforms. Last year, Laeken International has included Contract for Difference (CFDs) to its list of instruments, along with energy, metals (both base and precious) and other commodity products. The inclusion of said instruments was due to popular demands from its global investors and traders. Laeken International clients are also now enjoying the two additional electronic trading platforms that help them trade with ease and convenience.

In the second quarter of 2010, Laeken International has also successfully launched exchange traded currency derivatives in Japan, which epitomized not only a key action for the Japan’s Brokerage team but for the development of foreign exchange market in Japan as well. Immediately after the launching of exchange traded currency derivatives in Japan, Laeken International has opened a new trading desk office in Tokyo and has been approved as a member of the major stock exchange in Japan.

During the same quarter of 2010, another subsidiary of Laeken International was established in United Kingdom. The new trading office was set up in Frankfurt, Germany. The Frankfurt office served as the firm’s expansion to accommodate clients across the German-speaking countries in the entire Europe.

To better serve its global clients, Laeken International has improved its Research and Analysis Division Service offering. With nearly thousands of in-house trading analysts and 24-hour multi-lingual customers service representatives, trading with Laeken International has never been the same again as it offers timely market analysis and insights on existing market trends. Laeken International customer service continues to assist global clients through the risky arena of trading on the commodity and financial markets. The entire 2010 Annual Business Achievements will be published on Laeken International website soon.

Laeken International
Greg Newman