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Forex broker Tradenext won the “Best New Company” award at the City of London Wealth Management Awards for 2013.

The company recently partnered with tradable. For more about the prize, here is the official press release:

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Tradenext, a London based financial services firm that specialises in the FX and CFD markets has been awarded “Best New Company” at the prestigious City of London Wealth Management Awards 2013. The CEO, Mohsin Jameel, received the award from the UK’s ex-chancellor of the Exchequer, the Rt. Hon. Norman Lamont, at the London Guildhall on the 21st of March 2013.

“Our firm operates in a competitive landscape and to be recognised for this award is very important in the firm’s development. We are a client centric broker that aims to exceed client expectations”¦ I’m very pleased that our efforts have been recognised.”

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The annual award ceremony recognises excellence in the UK financial markets and serves as an important benchmark for firms in this sector. The Rt. Hon. Lord Norman Lamont was the chief guest of the event with other dignitaries including Brian Winterflood of Winterflood Securities, one of the largest market makers on the LSE.

Tradenext’s CEO, Mohsin Jameel said: “Our firm operates in a competitive landscape and to be recognised for this award is very important in the firm’s development. We are a client centric broker that aims to exceed client expectations”¦ I’m very pleased that our efforts have been recognised.”

Tradenext has been developing itself as a pioneer in the online trading of derivative products, which recently launched the world’s first open trading platform, Tradable. The firm offers trade execution in major currencies, indices and commodities, priding itself on being the first Indian owned FSA regulated FX & CFD broker.

On the night, the Rt. Hon. Lord Norman Lamont spoke about the Cyprus debacle and how his economic strategy in regards to the Euro was one of the most important highlights of his career as the exchequer.