Firm Also Honored for Most Transformative M&A
CHICAGO, Dec. 13, 2022 – NinjaTrader Group, LLC, a global leader in futures brokerage for active traders, was named Best Brokerage for Trading Futures for the third consecutive year at the Benzinga Global Fintech Awards. The firm also took the honor for Most Transformative M&A following its acquisitions over the past two years of TransAct Futures, a futures commission merchant (FCM), and Tradovate Holdings, LLC, an online futures brokerage and technology firm dedicated to meeting the needs of active retail traders.
NinjaTrader Group CEO Martin Franchi said: “We’re delighted to win the coveted Best Futures Brokerage honor from Benzinga for the third year running, along with the recognition of our significant strategic expansion efforts. We are wholly dedicated to providing the most positive experience possible to our fast-growing community of engaged futures traders, from comprehensive support and educational tools, to accessible products, to powerful, easy-to-use technology.”
Jason Raznick, Benzinga founder and CEO, said: “We are proud to recognize NinjaTrader at the Benzinga Global Fintech Awards as NinjaTrader the firm has demonstrated a best-in-class trading platform and futures brokerage operation, made stronger by its acquisitions of TransAct Futures and Tradovate Holdings. Our judges named NinjaTrader as the Best Brokerage for Trading Futures, and we are excited to see growth in the years to come!”
The award winners were selected based on scoring and commentary from a panel of independent judges representing a broad cross-section of the capital markets, investment and fintech industries. The shortlist of finalists includes “the most innovative, game-changing industry leaders, making capital markets easier to consume for all people.” Benzinga is a full-service news and media company providing real-time news, actionable trading ideas and insightful commentary.
Year-to-date trading activity at NinjaTrader Group, reflecting volume at both NinjaTrader and Tradovate, has exceeded 105 million futures contracts.