Zurich, Switzerland, October 30, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- This commodity and derivatives business expansion of Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange counterparts the current coverage and trading activities at the Singapore and Japan markets, which is directly managed by its Tokyo-based office with a plan of opening another trading desk office in Hong Kong, Australia and Paris, France.
“The global financial crisis has driven investors and traders to embrace a new trading perspective towards derivatives products. Presently, commodity and financial markets are viewed as part of the global trading solutions and specifically, the use of the derivatives is growing not only in Asia and Australia but also in some major parts of Europe, as more and more business corporations are detecting their significant needs for risk management,” said Mr. Jason Tanner, Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange Global Head for Business Development Department.
“With the market trend of flight to quality, Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange is determined and well-positioned to seize these rare opportunities in the ever-evolving marketplaces. We are committed to increasing our business by educating and refining local and international business leadership as we believe that this global expansion and initiative will be our great asset and development to our presence worldwide,” added Jason Tanner.
Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange covers some major market sectors such as foreign exchange, commodity, metals and energy, interest-rates, financials and indices and equity risk management ventures, and also includes the global sales and trading activities. Aside from the traditional trading services on futures and options and commodity brokerage, Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange is also one of the top-notch and premier service providers for foreign exchange, covering more than 100 currency markets worldwide.
According to its initial plan, Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange will be prioritizing the opening of the two trading desk offices which will be located in Sydney Australia and in Hong Kong. The two offices will be another addition to the numerous trading offices around Asia Pacific regions. The two trading desk offices will also cover trading activities on foreign exchange, interest rate derivatives, financials and indices and foreign exchange derivatives.