TRADITION SA is a member of the COMPAGNIE FINANCIERE TRADITION GROUP
A world leader in professional brokerage activitiesToday, Compagnie Financière Tradition is one of the world's "Top Three" brokers of financial and non-financial products on OTC markets and N° 1 in continental Europe. With operating companies in 21 countries around the world, Compagnie Financière Tradition acts as an intermediate for a complete range of products across the whole spectrum of financial and non-financial products. The Group's client base is primarily comprised of banks and financial institutions around the globe.
Our OfficesLondon, Paris, New York, Frankfurt, Lausanne, Milan, Luxembourg, Stockholm, Moscow, Los Angeles, Houston, New Jersey, Stamford, Buenos Aires, Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo, Beijing, Toronto, Sydney, Santiago, Johannesburg and Dubai.
Compagnie Financière Tradition Group SA: www.traditiongroup.com
Viel Tradition SA: www.viel.com
In 2010, The Finarbit SA shareholders approved the new shareholding by Compagnie Financière Tradition in Lausanne which acquired 100% of the company during the year 2014. : www.finarbit.ch
Tradition SA and Finarbit SA combine their expertise in the Lausanne and Küsnacht (zh) offices in order to create synergies to serve institutional clients with a deep knowledge and expertise in the field of Money Market and Risk hedging strategies for public authorities and other public or semi state owned corporations.
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Our ProductsCompagnie Financière Tradition is working in all financial markets, offering clients a sophisticated choice of products including:
The Broker’s role in financial marketsThe broker is a completely independent player in over-the-counter (OTC) financial and non financial markets. Its role primarily consists of providing a point of contact for institutional clients seeking to buy or sell financial or non financial products. Regulatory restraints require the broker to act as a pure intermediary, taking no positions or dealing risks in the financial markets. Working at the very heart of the markets, the broker is in continual contact with leading players in the major financial centers (banks, insurance companies, large private companies, etc.), enabling it a unique, comprehensive knowledge of financial markets. Its chief functions are therefore:
- To ensure market liquidity and respond rapidly to its clients' needs,
- To respect the confidential nature of its clients' transactions.
- Perfect knowledge of financial markets,
- A good understanding of its clients' needs and objectives,
- Providing superior quality, high value added service.
- Quick execution at the best market price