Capital.com wins best online trading company category at 2019 Shares Awards
Capital.com wins award for best online trading company second year in a row
Capital.com was the winner of the best online trading company category at the 2019 Shares Awards held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on Thursday 7 November.
This is the second year in the row that capital.com has won this award, beating companies including ActivTrades, ADS Securities, AETOS, CMC Markets and Tickmill who were the other nominees in the category. Capital.com is Curency.com's sister company.
Ivan Gowan, chief executive officer at capital.com said: “ I’m delighted to see the hard work of the team at Capital.com, who are awarded best online trading platform at the Shares Awards.
“We continue to focus on delighting our clients with a goal to provide the most beautiful trading experience - fast, intuitive, great range of markets and spreads with advanced charts, price alerts and risk management.”
Gowan added that the company has “lots of exciting new features lined up for 2020”.
This year the awards ceremony, hosted by comedian Holly Walsh, had a total of 33 categories including best forex service provider, best advisory platform, IPO of the year and transaction of the year.
BlackRock took the crown for financial services provider of the year and best investment trust group, whilst FxPro won best forex trading platform and ETX Capital won best trading education.
The Shares Awards begun its nomination process in July this year and it closed on 4 September. Nominations were then announced in Shares Magazine and on its website, and winners are selected by public vote. The aim of the Shares Awards is to recognise the high quality of service and products from companies in the world of retail investment, the magazine says.
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