Hong Kong based financial news portal, AsiaEtrading.com launches the 10th issue of their Asia Etrader Magazine
The portal for electronic trading business, industry and issues on Asian market structure, AsiaEtrading.com, has announced the launch of their 10th issue of Asia Etrader Magazine. From the overall design to content and insights, this new edition of the magazine comes with several changes meant to bring more value to subscribers.
Reaching this milestone, is seen by the company as a validation of their continuous efforts to shed light on the areas of interest for all electronic trading industry participants of Asian markets. This also proves the increasing demand and interest for fresh and up to date content about the way the electronic trading industry is developing in Asia.
In light of launching the 10th edition of the magazine, Stephen Edge, the Managing Director of AsiaEtrading.com, stated, "As the leading institutional electronic trading industry portal in Asia, we gladly take on the responsibility to provide our readers with the most accurate information on the latest trends, developments and innovations that are occuring in Asia. Acting based on clear, up to date and concise information is paramount for industry players and like in most business areas, we consider that providing insights and analyses in an objective manner is the key to our success."
Furthermore, Mr. Edge continued, stating, "We acknowledged the fact that content consumption, especially on subjects covering Asia market structure, have evolved over time. Keeping ahead of the curve is one of our priorities and therefore, we are constantly looking to bring improvements to the articles and content you can find in the Asia Etrader Magazine. For this issue, probably the most important change is the improved layout, beginning with the front cover, to help find the information the industry is looking for faster. We continue to provide to our readers valuable content and insights on all the Asian markets, while also giving them the opportunity to take advantage of the new enhanced graphics and visual data analyses."