Boston Technologies is excited to announce that they have opened a new office in the heart of London's financial district in the City of London.
According to COO Kevin Millien, Boston Technologies made the choice to open a London office as a gateway to European business development, but also to support existing clients; "Even with the latest Internet communications technology and our 24/6 service it's important for us to be able to provide more personal service, relationship management and in-office support to our customers. Our new London office allows us to support our many UK customers like Citi and GFT and puts us closer to our many European customers." CEO George Popescu said; "we're looking forward to spending more time with our customers face to face and encourage any UK-based FX professionals to stop by our new offices in London. We're always happy to share our insights and expertise in the industry."
VP of Sales and Marketing Barry Clapp added; "Fx trading is exploding throughout the world. Our ability to offer turn-key, outsourced infrastructure, along with access to liquidity from 10 of the largest banks in the world, enables brokers to offer FX trading to their clients at minimal cost- improving their service offerings, while potentially generating billions in transaction flows. We are dedicated to being the technology leader in FX infrastructure and to giving the highest of service in the market. Hence, being close for support to customers in key markets is a priority for our company." Boston Technologies’ new London office joins their Boston headquarters, their NYC and Tel Aviv offices to extend their geographic footprint to address the exponentially expanding global FX market.
Boston Technologies' first European office and sits in London's second tallest building Tower 42, originally named National Westminster Tower. The building was the first skyscraper in the City of London and was originally built to house National Westminster Bank's International Division. The building, designed by Richard Seifert and engineered by Pell Frischman, was built at 25 Old Broad Street between 1971 and 1980. At 183 meters (600+ft) tall Tower 42 was the largest building in London from it's opening in 1980 until 1991 when it was succeeded by One Canada Square. Boston Technologies shares Tower 42 with many high-end financial and technology companies:
Committee of European Banking Supervisors
Government of Singapore Investment Corporation
Commercial Bank of Greece
HBOS Treasury Services
Boston Technologies is a leading provider in Forex and CFD trading technology, with a core expertise in innovative solutions for MetaTrader 4 traders. Boston Technologies pioneered the world’s first MT4 Liquidity Bridge, which connects MT4 traders to over 55% of the world’s FX liquidity. Boston Technologies has expanded its suite of products to include value-added services for brokerages, banks and asset managers to enhance their automated Forex trading services, including MT4 Expert Advisor programming and VPS Hosting solutions. Their philosophy is to focus on providing low-latency, high-quality FX trading applications, with an emphasis on 24-hour live support. Learn more about Boston Technologies at http://www.bostontechnologies.com.