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In keeping with their commitment to exceeding clients’ expectations, ARM securities recently introduced ARM Stocktrade, a self-service online trading portal that enables clients execute trades, real-time, on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. The portal is also enabled to provide access to stock broking accounts and gainful insight from quality research resources enabling clients to make informed stock trade decisions.

Clients who log into the portal will enjoy the ease and convenience of placing trade orders online, backed by relevant reliable information and timely updates. Speaking on the development, Mrs Kemi Oluwashina, a Director of ARM Securities explained that the portal was born out of the company’s desire to continually add value to its clients; that’s why the live market feed and research pages on ARM Stocktrade portal were specially tailored to meet the growing need for relevant information on the go.

Also reacting to the portal, Mr. Taiwo Adeleye, the Head of Marketing and Corporate Communications at Asset &Resource Management Company Limited (ARM) further stated that one of the things ARM Stocktrade has going for it is its adaptability to any mobile device. Clients will be able to place orders online from their phones and receive contract notes on the same day. He mentioned that this is one of the ways ARM keeps its promise of empowering its clients to realise their ambitions. Existing clients of ARM Securities Limited can log into the system immediately while new clients need only complete the simple online account opening form and upload required documents at to start trading.

ARM Securities Limited (ARM Securities) is an independent subsidiary of the Traditional Asset Management arm of ARM – a leading, reputable asset management firm with a very successful track record of protecting and growing investments for private investors and institutions for over two decades. ARM Securities started operations in 2008 as a full service brokerage house offering brokerage services to local as well as foreign private and institutional investors. The company is a dealing member of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) and is regulated by Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

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