SALT LAKE CITY, June 25 /PRNewswire/ -- MetaStock, a wholly owned subsidiary of Thomson Reuters (NYSE: TRI) announced the Russian company KIT Finance as an official dealer today.
"We are thrilled to expand the Russian market with KIT Finance as our latest Russian company to sell MetaStock software," said Scott Brown, President of MetaStock. "Being a leader in the individual investor markets, we feel the partnership with MetaStock will enhance the technical analysis capabilities KIT Finance currently offers their customers."
With offices located in St. Petersburg, Moscow and London, England, KIT Finance is a leader in providing brokerage services to corporations, institutional, and individual investors. The financial services offered by KIT Finance include access to all Russian and selected foreign markets, settlements, provision of financing, payments, and custodial services. KIT Finance is a key participant in the securities market with $500 billion securities turnover for last year.
"Russian investors have been familiar with MetaStock software for a long time. However, until now there has not been enough technical support and training programs designed to upgrade the trader's skills in using the program," said Vadim Barausov, Managing Director of KIT Finance. "KIT Finance regards these aspects as fundamental needs and a part of the complex co-operation with companies and private investors interested in high quality technical analysis."
For more information about KIT Finance, please contact Alex Henricks at 801.883.8500 ext. 3161 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MetaStock is a subsidiary of Thomson Reuters. Founded in 1982, MetaStock develops and markets the award-winning MetaStock, a premier charting and technical analysis software solution. MetaStock provides both end-of-day and real-time data for most markets throughout the world for the retail trader. Additionally, MetaStock designs graphics and technical analysis components for the Thomson Reuters product line, serving professional traders in the world's largest financial institutions.