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OMF Announces Relocation To New Wellington Office

OMF Announces Relocation To New Wellington Office

Wellington, 1st July, 2014. OMF has announced the relocation of their Wellington office to ASB Tower, Hunter Street, Wellington. To celebrate this milestone, the OMF offices will be officially opened by Deputy Prime Minister, Hon Bill English on 23rd July 2014.

OMF possess a strong commitment to servicing the wholesale interbank broking market from their Wellington office and it is this commitment that has seen OMF make a significant investment in their Wellington presence through new premises, technology and staff. “Over the last few years our business has continued to expand both in our range of products offered and our staff. Our new premises provide the infrastructure to meet the needs of our clients and staff so that OMF continues its growth strategy” commented Kenny Campbell, Director, Wholesale Markets.

The new premises will also be home to OMF’s private client managers, providing a central NZ point to service their client base in the lower North island and South island regions. New client facilities provide an environment where they can provide trade ideas and execution services to clients in the FX, futures and equity markets. Comfortable meeting rooms allow digital communication, presentations and seminars to ensure they stay connected. “The success of our Wellington business has necessitated a move to bigger premises where we can continue to expand the innovative and superior service we provide to our clients” commented Mark Johnson, Private Client Manager. “The expansion of our Wholesale and Private Client business is a testament to our ingenuity and commitment to embrace, improve and deliver new technologies to meet our client’s needs.”

With a strong and established reputation in the financial services industry spanning 27 years, NZ owned brokerage firm OM Financial Limited (OMF) strive to position themselves as the premiere service available when trading the financial & commodity markets. With offices in both Auckland and Wellington, they have a passion for delivering a first class solution to their clients in both the Wholesale interbank broking sector and their Private Client business.

About OMF

OMF is a NZ owned and operated, full service brokerage firm with a strong and established reputation in the financial markets. Our status as a premier broker has us advising and facilitating trades on a full range of financial products available in the FX, carbon, options, equities, CFDs and futures markets. Operating in these highly competitive and regulated markets requires experience, integrity and superior levels of client service. Collectively, our dealing desk harnesses hundreds of years of experience within the industry.

OMF has offices in Auckland and Wellington, New Zealand. For more information visit http://www.omf.co.nz .


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