Kaufmann-Rothstein International Unveils Second Trading Floor in New York with 100 Trading Professionals Support Team
Kaufmann-Rothstein International, one of the fast-growing commodity futures and brokerage trading firms with main office located at Netherlands and has been expanding its investment capabilities globally, has announced today the opening of its new, next generation and second trading floor in New York with an exclusive support team consist of 100 trading professionals.
- (1888PressRelease) July 16, 2011 - "Our company keeps on investing in people, sophisticated technologies, trading systems and services. Our newly concluded trading floor in New York, though it's our second trading office, is among our biggest and largest trading desk worldwide. This new second trading floor performs in unity with our offshore and local trading desks around the world, said Ms. Lindsay Kornemann, Global Chief Operating Officer of Kaufmann-Rothstein International.
"We always engage our global investors and traders in continuing discussions to find out what they need from us so we can help them establish their business as well as help them succeed. As the global markets continue to change and evolve, most of our institutional clients want to trade and get access across our capital structures. With our new trading floor in New York and pattern of trading business units, our traders can access to our high-touch expertise in all products and instruments in one place. Our business units are integrated into one open floor in New York to ensure that every regional offices as well as every client is well-benefited," added Kornemann.
Kaufmann-Rothstein International's new second trading office will be soon completed with state-of-the-art and largest trading floor and located at the business district of New York. From its prior capacity, it has been expanded by more than 50 percent from its original plan to give way for more trading capabilities, since this new trading floor is expected to accommodate investors worldwide. The second and last phase of this new trading floor is scheduled for completion on the first quarter of 2012. The last phase will cover the growth of Kaufmann-Rothstein International's corporate access, prime brokerage, and business and trading development divisions. Upon final completion, Kaufmann-Rothstein International's second new trading office will house a total of 300 employees.
"Our position in this industry drives us to be more responsive to the needs of our global clients. For us to maintain our leadership, we have connected our entire local trade execution-based in a single floor; this allows us to facilitate much improve communication, trading efficiency and reliability. The power of influential market intelligence and the efficacy of having fixed incomes, equities, converts and options and global trading session mutually shares in one trading floor is remarkable indeed," Kornemann remarked.