Saxo capitalising on global capital market opportunities

Saxo is a fintech specialist that operates a multi-asset trading and investment business for those investors keen to put their cash into equities.

Founded some 30 years ago in Copenhagen, Saxo Australia CEO Adam Smith tells Mining.com.au that the fintech has a “long heritage” and a modern focus on providing market access to retail and institutional investors.

Saxo competes with a number of investment brokers and trading platforms in Australia across various market segments. These range from well-known Australian bank-owned brokers such as CommSec and NAB Trade to more recent brokerage market entrants including Stake, MooMoo, eToro, Plus500, Tiger, and other advanced options like CMC Markets, IG, and Interactive Brokers.

Saxo is a wholly owned licensed subsidiary of the Copenhagen-based Saxo Bank, which holds more than US$100 billion in client assets, has over 1 million clients worldwide, and 30 years-plus of financial market experience.

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Written By Shae Russell

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