MONTREAL, Oct. 9 /CNW Telbec/ - DisnatDirect, the direct access online
brokerage service of Disnat, now offers active investors who want to trade
directly on the stock exchange one of the lowest commission rates offered by
major Canadian brokers. Investors who make ten trades or more per month will
now pay as little as $5 per trade and the maximum commission is now $9.95.
According to Frédéric Paquette, Vice-President and General Manager of
Disnat Online Brokerage, "In addition to offering the best rates among the
major brokers in Canada, we are continuing our commitment to provide active
traders with superior service, high-performance analysis tools, and continuous
training via a vast array of educational seminars. We believe our clients are
getting the best quality/price ratio on the market."
DisnatDirect, a Disnat service, offers investors direct access to stock
markets. Three DisnatDirect platforms send orders directly to the floor of the
stock exchange, allowing for dynamic trade management and execution in real
time. In addition, Disnat enables active investors to determine the
destination of their orders, a privilege previously reserved for professional
traders. DisnatDirect is also known for its excellent customer service and its
DisnatDirect is one of the only direct access brokerage services in
Canada to offer the strength and support of a major Canadian financial
institution like the Desjardins Group. An integrated cooperative financial
group, Desjardins Group is the largest financial institution in Quebec and the
sixth largest in Canada, with more than 5.8 million member-clients and total
assets in excess of $143 billion.
About Disnat Online Brokerage
A division of Desjardins Securities, Disnat Online Brokerage is
celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. Desjardins Securities is an
approved participant on the Montreal Exchange and the Toronto Stock Exchange,
as well as a participating member of the TSX Venture Exchange. In addition,
Desjardins Securities is a member of both the Investment Dealers Association
of Canada (IDA) and the Canadian Investor Protection Fund (CIPF), established
to protect investor assets.
For further information:
For further information: Frédéric Bérard, HKDP, (514) 917-1040