Kaufmann-Rothstein International to Add Products to Selected Key International Brokerage Trading Offices

Kaufmann-Rothstein International, an internationally-known commodity futures and brokerage firm has taken another major leap towards global enhancement of investment capabilities.

Haarlem, Netherlands, July 16, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Currently, Kaufmann-Rothstein International is in the process of adding new products to selected key international brokerage and trading offices along with its electronic capability offerings to Japanese index futures and options, UK and German Equity options, Canadian stocks and equity options, Belgian index futures and options and Dutch index futures. With these new additional instruments and products, Kaufmann-Rothstein International can now easily clear and execute Forex, futures, options, stocks and commodities on over 50 international market exchanges in 15 countries.

“By adding these new products to the respective markets, we are confident that we can maintain our position as a leading commodity futures and brokerage firm that is also able to provide trading professionals with electronic and direct access to the world’s leading commodity and financial markets at lowest possible price. We are challenging our global clients to find another electronic brokerage firm that offers this various products at such a low cost,” said Darwin Thayer, Managing Director for Global Sales and Marketing.

In addition to individual active traders as well as institutional investors, Kaufmann-Rothstein International is also offering trading accounts exclusively designed for financial trading advisors and introducing brokers. All of these trading accounts offer cost-effective trade execution and solution, custodial and clearing services.

“With our newly added products, instruments, sophisticated and highly-developed trading platforms, low commissions and customer service, we can now compete with other financial advisors at larger brokerage companies. And above all, our financial advisors can choose from more than 50 exchange markets worldwide from which they can allocate their portfolios,” added Darwin Thayer.

Kaufmann-Rothstein International
Paul Reeves