Milestones

Milestones

2015
Global partnership with Manchester United, one of the most popular football teams in the world.

2014
Strategic partnership between Swissquote and PostFinance.

2013
Takeover of MIG Bank Ltd, one of the leading Forex brokers worldwide.

2012
Swiss DOTS, a new OTC trading service for the derivative products

2011
Swiss Life partnership. Swissquote takes over settlement and administration of the savings and investment products of Swisslife’s Swiss clients.

Swissquote and Basellandschaftliche Kantonalbank offer online mortgages.

2010
Takeover of ACM Advanced Currency Markets Ltd, one of the largest currency traders.

Takeover of Tradejet AG.

New ePrivate Banking service, electronic asset management for discerning clients.

Launch of the “ePrivate Banking” magazine.

2008
Swissquote launches savings accounts.

A new forex trading platform goes live.

2007
Full electronic trading on the Eurex derivatives exchange.

Milan Stock Exchange is the 17th market to go online.

2006
Online trading with the London Stock Exchange and direct trading with the Frankfurt Stock Exchange for derivatives.

Online trading by mobile phone.

2005
Launch of online bond trading.

Off-exchange trading of all SMI securities.

Launch of the “Value at Risk” asset management tool, the first step towards comprehensive online wealth management.

2004
First off-exchange trading of Bank Vontobel derivative products.

EUWAX, the Stuttgart Stock Exchange trading platform, goes live.

2003
Swissquote takes over the clients of Skandia Bank Switzerland.

2002
Takeover of Consors (Switzerland) AG.

2001
Access to the Swiss Stock Exchange (at the time SWX and Virt-X) and to the US NYSE, NASDAQ and AMEX exchanges.

Online trading of investment funds.

Best Swiss online broker and first pure online bank in Switzerland.

2000
Swissquote Bank Ltd is granted a banking licence.

Swissquote Group Holding Ltd is listed on the Swiss Stock Exchange (symbol: SQN).

1996
The Swissquote financial platform is founded. For the first time, private investors can access the real-time prices of all securities traded on the Swiss Stock Exchange for free.

 
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