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has received Profit & Loss Magazine’s 2009 Digital Markets Award as Best
Algorithmic Trading Platform. This
is the second consecutive year that Apama has won this award from one of the FX industry’s leading publications.
The Digital Markets Awards recognize the efforts of the FX services industry in providing the tools and
functionality that make trading FX more efficient. The presentations of the awards to the winners in each category were made at the Profit & Loss Forex Network New York 2009 Event Awards Dinner.
The award winners in each category were determined by your votes. As with any awards like these, your voices are heard loud and clear. So thank you, to all of you that voted. And remember, you can make your voices heard again, by voting in the Waters Rankings for 2009.
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