(PRWEB) June 04, 2014
H. Christian Saunders, president of Tillerman Securities Ltd, is pleased to announce the launch of Reign Trader (http://www.reigntrader.com), the first Bahamian owned online securities broker. "We have worked with a global team of technology providers to build an innovative high speed online brokerage." The Reign Trader platform allows millisecond executions on Multiple US trading routes and Exchanges including NYSE, NASDAQ and OTC. Reign Trader will soon add Canadian equity trading on TSX & TSX-V exchanges. Other interesting global exchanges will follow later in 2014.
“Reign Trader is positioned as a discount online complement to the Tillerman full service options. We had a soft launch at the beginning of the year to a select group of existing clients and are now confident that a full rollout will be successful."
“We feel that our location in the Bahamas is ideally suited to a high speed online trading platform as it is a leading offshore financial centre with a strong regulatory regime, world class internet connectivity and a tax neutral environment.”
Reign Trader does not accept U.S. based clients.
About Reign Trader:
Reign Trader is a Registered Business Name of Tillerman Securities Ltd (TSL). Before Reign, the savvy investor had to choose between the low cost and high efficiency of a discount broker and the high cost, slow execution but very discrete services of a Private Bank’s trading desk. Reign seeks to end the compromise by delivering what they call “Private Discount Brokerage” – the best of both worlds.
About Tillerman Securities Ltd.:
Tillerman Securities Ltd. is a licensed Broker-Dealer, headquartered in Nassau, Bahamas, The firm is regulated by The Securities Commission of The Bahamas. The Commission is a member of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) and the Council of Securities Regulators (COSRA). Tillerman puts great emphasis on delivering a comprehensive and efficient product through maximized technology utilization and sound professional practices. These principles make The Bahamas the clear choice to headquarter its operations.