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Börse Berlin to Open in Paris - 2008.

27

Feb

Börse Berlin to Open in Paris - 2008.

Sales support for Equiduct Trading at the French marketplace

Berlin/London/Paris 27 February 2008.

Starting today, Börse Berlin (the Berlin Stock Exchange) will open in the French capital. Situated in a prime location on Hausmann boulevard, within only a few hundred metres from the Paris Stock Exchange, the office will start sales activities for the market segment Equiduct Trading as of today.

 

Gilles Monat, a renowned expert of the French financial industry and stock market, has only recently joined Börse Berlin Equiduct Trading. Working from this new location, Gilles Monat will now allow the world of finance to familiarize itself with the unique benefits of the Berlin trading system. "We know that our Equiduct Trading system is clearly the most suitable instrument for all banks and traders as it meets the strict requirements set by the new European Standards, i.e. the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID). We also know, however, that we must not present ourselves to the foreign markets exclusively as a company from Berlin. Operating a local office and having experts of the local marketplace working for us greatly enhances our credibility as a provider of trading services" says Artur Fischer, Chairman of Börse Berlin.

 

Vera Donner-Sander has recently joined Börse Berlin's head office located on Fasanenstrasse in Berlin. After having managed international brands for many years, she will now use her expertise to coordinate central marketing activities for Börse Berlin Equiduct Trading. "We don't do things by halves. We have developed Europe's best trading system. Furthermore, we have the best specialists working for us here at our head office and in all important marketplaces. Our goal is to make Equiduct Trading even more famous with foreign clients than Knut, the polar bear cub, both being, by the way, from Berlin" states Artur Fischer.


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