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Settrade launches new mobile trading application “Settrade Streaming” for iPad Pro

Bangkok, November 18, 2015 – Co., Ltd., has unveiled a new version of “Settrade Streaming” for iPad, the latest equity and derivatives trading application, with modern design for iPad Pro and iPad compatible with iOS 8 version onwards.  New functions include “Split View,” “Alert,” and “Settrade Technical Chart,” which are user friendly and responding to the digital era investment lifestyle. Director, Kirati Kosicharoen said that Settrade reinforced its Thailand internet trading provider leadership by developing “Settrade Streaming”, the number one internet trading platform, used by leading brokers to serve their end-customers. The new iPad application came with the new logo, designs, functions and features which could run on iPad Pro, the latest tablet from Apple Inc. and iPad compatible with iOS 8 version onwards. This new service would help retail investors to access online securities trading in a more efficient manner.

“Today investors have increased their mobile device usage to check necessary information, such as news and market information while switching to a trading application for order sending. The new “Settrade Streaming” for iPad application’s new functions leverages the latest iOS functions and features. This includes the “Split View”, a multiple task function that allows investors to run side by side with other apps, on a split screen view, as such promptly updating with each and every price movement, order matching, news, and broker's analysis articles by “Alert” function. In addition, it can continuously monitor trade movement and stock prices via “Settrade Technical Chart” graphic illustration with more than 50 indicators,” added Kirati.

"Settrade Streaming” for iPad is available for download on the App Store. You can also experience the application at “Streaming” booth at the upcoming “SET in the City 2015”, the grand annual investment fair in Bangkok during November 19-22, at Paragon Hall, in the heart of Bangkok, or join the online trading workshop with leading brokers at nine branches of iStudio during November 21-22, 28-29 from 2.00–5.00 p.m. For more information please visit

Members of the media please contact the Public Relations Unit, Corporate Communications Dept.: Arada Kultawanich tel: +66 (0) 2229 2796 / Darawan Maleesri tel: +66 (0) 2229 2798 / Kanokwan Khemmalai tel: +66 (0) 2229 2048.

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