New Zealand’s OMF selects TwoFour for FX payments and margin activity

OMF also recently launched the cTrader ECN platform for FX trading

FX transaction processing software provider TwoFour has announced in a press release that New Zealand based OM Financial Limited (OMF) has selected the company to provide it with its TwoFour Foreign Exchange software to manage the whole spectrum of FX payments and margin transactions. The New Zealand brokerage is specialized in providing forex, futures, options and equities to its clients.

TwoFour’s client portal will be a nice addition to external clients providing them with a web-based access to manage their account settings therefore expanding OMF’s client services and support. Features that customers will be able to tweak through the management system are including RFQ, payments, instructions, account statements, reports and others.

TwoFour’s CTO David Kemp has stated that the firm’s solution is very flexible and customizable to adapt to the growing necessities of the company’s clients. He added that the user friendly web-based client portal provides an easy access to most necessary functions that the average brokerage client wants.

The Managing Director of OMF Brian Watt has commented that the company is looking forward to implement TwoFour’s technological solution and it expects that it evolves along with the needs of OMF and its growing customer base. The company has recently implemented Spotware’s cTrader platform solution to provide STP access to its customers who are willing to engage in trading the forex market.

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