Social trading broker ayondo launches new website as it readies SGX IPO Singapore Exchange

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On September 8, 2016
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Social trading broker ayondo launches new website as it readies SGX IPO Singapore Exchange

Financial technology group ayondo today announced it has relaunched its website, with a fresh design and added features aimed at further improving the trading experience for its clients. Users can now quickly get to where they need to be thanks to a more modern and responsive layout, and additional tools such as a new charting package for the self directed trading platform. An IPO focused on the Singapore Exchange

In line with its expansion strategy, ayondo markets have moved into a new and larger office located at London’s Silicon Roundabout along Old Street and East Road. The City location has become the FinTech heart of London and is now home to the headquarters of some of the world’s leading web-based companies. Ayondo’s UK office doubled its revenues in 2015 vs. 2014 as reported back in May.

“Our new location at Silicon Roundabout represents the very core of what ayondo is all about; the intersection of world-class financial services and cutting-edge technology,” said Robert Lempka, CEO and Co-Founder of ayondo.

The group already offers a broad spectrum of services in the Finance 2.0 field, covering both retail and institutional sectors with 210,000 users from over 195 countries. ayondo is currently working on a Reverse Takeover (RTO) transaction which would make it the first FinTech company to be listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX).

Back in April it was first revealed that ayondo was planning a $155 million ‘Reverse Takeover’ IPO on Singapore dealing, but the date of the actual float may be getting closer now.

We reported a few months ago ayondo opening up a new office and expanding its Asia-Pacific presence by way of Singapore, with an IPO focused on the Singapore Exchange, the office makes perfect sense. Moreover, ayondo Singapore recently moved offices to newly renovated historical premises at Armenian Street, which is at the heart of the city’s Civic and Cultural District. It is centrally located to cater to the needs and overall growth of the technology industry in the country and the region.

The Mobile Lab is where the latest research and development takes place on the various products and services of the FinTech group, giving it an edge in designing, building, experimenting and refining new technologies for its platforms. The ayondo academy, a mobile app launched a few weeks ago to educate investors, was created by the group’s Mobile Lab based in the Asian FinTech Hub.

Source:  leaprate

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