City Index Wins Shares Award

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    City Index Wins 'Best Mobile and Tablet Trading Application' Title at Prestegious Shares Magazine Awards

    London, UK; 15 November 2013: City Index, a leading provider of retail trading services including Contracts for Difference (CFDs) and margined foreign exchange (FX) globally, and spread betting in the UK, has beaten off competition from industry peers to win the ‘Best Mobile/Tablet Trading Application’ title at the 12th annual Shares Magazine Awards.

    This award cements City Index’s place as the market leader in mobile and tablet trading technology, and adds to previous successes, including winning the same category at the 2010 Shares Magazine Awards and ‘Best Online Trading Application’ category in 2011.

    The Shares Magazine Awards, which are a result of a rigorous voting process conducted by readers of the influential financial publication, seek to reward companies who strive to make technological innovation and improvements in customer service, in all areas of the financial services industry. 

    City Index’s industry leading mobile trading applications offer clients access to a wide range of powerful trading platforms, which have been designed with professional traders in mind. City Index customers have access to 24-hour live prices on thousands of global markets across a number of different mobile trading apps, including iPhone™, iPad, BlackBerry, Android mobile and tablet, and Windows Mobile devices.

    Joshua Raymond, City Index’s Chief Market Strategist, said: “We are delighted to again be recognised by the readers of Shares Magazine as offering the best mobile and tablet trading packages in the industry. The award reinforces our commitment to creating innovative and easy-to-use mobile dealing technologies, which our clients have really embraced since 2009. We recognise that mobile trading is the future of our industry and we’re delighted that our efforts to constantly improve and remain at the forefront of this exciting industry are recognised by the readers of Shares Magazine.”