CMC Markets Wins CANSTAR’s Inaugural Customer Award

CMC Markets, one of Australia’s leading multi-asset brokers, has won CANSTAR’s first national award for ‘Most Satisfied Customers Online Share Trading’. CANSTAR polled over 1,500 Australian Investors about their experience with their online share trading service. Consumers rated CMC highly on platform stability, as well as fees and charges, account management and ease of trade.

CMC Markets Invest, a division of CMC, has been recognized for its superior service and share trading platforms with more than 50 awards in the past two years. More than 10,000 different financial products are available for trading through the firm’s online and mobile trading platforms. These instruments include CFDs, Forex, Binaries and Countdowns, ETFs, shares, mFunds (unlisted managed funds), options, listed managed investments, warrants and interest rate securities.

Andrew Rogers, Director of Stockbroking at CMC Markets Invest says:

“We are thrilled to have won CANSTAR’S first-ever award for Most Satisfied Customers for Online Share Trading. We appreciate the recognition as this is an award our customers and the wider investor community voted for. We’d like to thank them for their ongoing support and for all the feedback they provide us.”

What makes CMC Markets tick?

CMC Markets Invest prioritizes ease of trade to boost the financial security of Australian investors. For instance, if you’re looking to invest less than $1,000 in Australian stocks or ETFs, CMC Markets Invest will not charge you any brokerage fees. Further, it allows traders to access 15 different exchanges around the world. Additionally, it allows buyers and sellers to place orders outside of regular US market hours.

To accommodate the growing number of traders who choose to do business from their smartphones, CMC Markets Invest is always updating and upgrading its mobile trading platform. To achieve this goal, it has been gradually releasing new and improved tools and features. Examples include thematic “watchlists” on various assets, more advanced “charting,” and an overall more user-friendly interface.