GAIN Capital's FOREX.com Named Best Retail FX Platform by Profit & Loss Magazine for Second Consecutive Year
Mark Galant Inducted into Hall of Fame at 2009 Digital Markets Awards Ceremony
NEW YORK and LONDON, June 9 /PRNewswire/ -- For the second consecutive year, Profit & Loss Magazine announced GAIN Capital's FOREX.com as "Best Retail FX Platform" at the 2009 Digital Markets Awards Ceremony.
Profit & Loss' Digital Markets Awards recognize the efforts of the foreign exchange (forex) services industry in providing the tools and functionality that make trading forex more efficient. Winners are selected by professionals in the industry.
"Being voted as the best by customers and peers is a great honor and validates our belief that GAIN offers a market leading FX platform," said Glenn Stevens, CEO, GAIN Capital. "Winning the 2009 Profit & Loss Reader's Choice Award for the second consecutive year is testament to GAIN's clear leadership in the retail forex market."
In addition, GAIN Capital's Chairman and Founder Mark Galant was inducted into the Profit & Loss Hall of Fame for his significant contributions to the growth and success of the forex industry.
"I would also like to personally congratulate Mark for his well-deserved recognition," commented Mr. Stevens. "Mark's reputation as an industry pioneer and evangelist for retail forex is well-known. Notwithstanding, receiving the People's Choice award is further tribute to his positive impact on the FX industry as a whole."
About GAIN Capital
GAIN Capital is a market leader in the rapidly growing online foreign exchange (forex or FX) industry. Founded in 1999 by Wall Street veterans, GAIN now services clients from more than 140 countries and supports average trade volume of nearly $200 billion per month with its customers and trading partners.
GAIN Capital provides execution, clearing, custody, and technology products and services, supporting over 50 correspondent and white label arrangements with broker/dealers, Futures Commission Merchants (FCMs) and other financial services firms around the globe. The company also operates FOREX.com (www.forex.com), one of the largest, best-known brands in the retail forex industry.
With offices in New York City, Bedminster, New Jersey, London and Tokyo, GAIN Capital and its affiliates are regulated by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) in the U.S., the Financial Services Authority (FSA) in the United Kingdom, and the Financial Services Authority (FSA) in Japan. For company information, visit www.gaincapital.com, or for trading information, visit www.forex.com.
SOURCE: GAIN Capital
Web site: http://www.gaincapital.com/