LONDON, March 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
For the second year running FxPro has been recognised as Best FX Service Provider at the prestigious City of London Wealth Management Awards (COLWMA). The ceremony was hosted by Natasha Kaplinsky at London's Guildhall in the heart of the City and attended by some of the leading names in wealth management and finance.
"FxPro remains dedicated to providing the best products and service for FX traders and investors around the world. We have worked very hard to not only build a global brand that is widely recognised and trusted, but a company that protects and safeguards our clients even in the most volatile of times. We are delighted to have won at the COLWMA once again." Charalambos Psimolophitis, CEO at FxPro.
Seismic events such as the Swiss National Bank's removal of the Swiss Franc peg against the euro have rocked the FX industry, but this has not deterred FxPro from honouring its Negative Balance Protection policy and continuing to develop its product offering, most recently with the launch of the MetaTrader5 platform.
"Following a volatile start to the year for both itself and its clients, FxPro has justifiably been voted as Best FX Service Provider for the second year running by the investing public. Their innovative and client centric approach making FX an investable asset class has obviously made them stand out from their peers." Stephen Pinner, Managing Director at Goodacre.
Notes to Media
FxPro is multi-award-winning FX broker that has its interests completely aligned with its clients. Via its exceptionally deep pool of liquidity FxPro aims to be the leading provider of FX solutions for both institutional and retail clients, which it currently serves in over 150 countries with advanced trading platforms and algorithmic tools. FxPro aims to help its clients become more profitable.
FxPro UK Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (registration no. 509956). FxPro Financial Services Limited is authorised and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (licence no. 078/07).
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