Bridgestone Global Partners Installs New Brokerage Office in Japan

Bridgestone Global Partners, one of the most trusted and fastest-growing commodity and brokerage trading firms with access to global exchanges has opened its new commodity and brokerage office in Japan.

London, United Kingdom, September 12, 2012 --( The new Japan office will cater to the trading needs of Asian traders and investors particularly on foreign exchange, contracts for difference, energy and precious metals.

Commenting on the installation of the Japan’s office, Mr. Robert Campbell, Bridgestone Global Partners’ CEO and President said: “We are happy to have finally opened our new trading office in Japan. Based on our research, there are great numbers of investors and traders within Asia Pacific Region, particularly on foreign exchange service, most of them have various backgrounds in currency and commodity brokerage trading.”

“In the most competitive world of investing, we recognize the needs for the best brokerage firm that can afford to offer best possible service to clients not only in Japan but to the global clients as well. Along with our successful business model, we are confident that we can offer something unique to our clients in Japan. Our Japan’s brokerage team is confident that in the near future, Bridgestone Global Partners will be recognized as the leading and most effective brokerage firm in this country.”

The new brokerage trading desk in Japan will be spearheaded by Mr. Kenji Matsumoto, a local resident in Japan but has been working in Bridgestone Global Partners in London Office for nearly a decade. The firm decided to tap the expertise of Mr. Kenji Matsumoto for the reason that he has extensive knowledge on the trading environment in Asian Pacific Region. Mr. Matsumoto will lead a trading team which is composed of 15 all professional brokers whose experiences ranges from financial services, commodity and brokerage services, marketing and sales and technology and research services.

The new Japan’s trading desk will particularly focus on the forex market of the country. The team is also expected to provide full suite of commodity and brokerage trading services to traders in Japan and its neighboring countries while the firm is still on the process of putting up new Asian office in Singapore. As one of the leading brokerage firms, Bridgestone Global Partners is well-positioned in capitalizing on the trading interests of the traders in Asian region through the firm’s highly-developed online trading platform.

“Our Japan’s brokerage sales and trading office is another landmark of our global brokerage trading expansion,” Mr. Robert Campbell added.
David Jones