Brokeree Solutions Opens New Office in Cyprus

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Brokeree Solutions, an Estonia-based provider of technology solutions for multi-asset brokers worldwide, opening its new office in Cyprus.

The establishment of this office expands the company’s global presence and strengthens its commitment to serving clients and partners in the region.

Cyprus, known for its robust financial infrastructure and business-friendly environment, was carefully chosen as the location for Brokeree Solutions’ new office. It is a vital hub for the forex and CFD industry attracting numerous international brokers seeking to benefit from its favorable regulatory framework, business perspectives and technologies.

“At Brokeree Solutions, we firmly believe that by working hand in hand with brokers and industry partners, we can not only stay ahead of the curve but also pave the way for groundbreaking advancements. The strategic location of our Cyprus office, renowned for its vibrant financial ecosystem and conducive business environment, offers us the perfect platform to foster meaningful collaborations,” said Julia Ilichyova, the Operations Director at Brokeree Solutions.

Victor Ivanov, the Regional Head of Business Development (EMEA) at Brokeree Solutions continued: “With our physical presence in Cyprus, we can now work closely with our clients, colleagues, and partners who are at the heart of the industry. This proximity enables us to foster greater collaboration and synergy, as we can engage in face-to-face discussions, exchange ideas, and develop solutions that directly address the evolving needs of the market.”

On the 4th of July Victor Ivanov will be joined by the Brokeree Cyprus team for the LinkedIn Live Briefing about the office opening. During the Live session, speakers will discuss industry development in the region and answer audience questions. Look for further information on the company’s official page on LinkedIn.

The Brokeree Solutions started to expand its regional teams last year, when in June 2022, the company promoted Victor Ivanov to EMEA Head of Business Development. In March 2023, the company named Tatiana Pilipenko as the Head of Business Development for APAC, UK and Americas regions.

About Brokeree Solutions:

Brokeree Solutions, established in 2013 in Tallinn, Estonia, is a leading technology provider specializing in trading solutions for the financial industry. With a decade of experience, Brokeree Solutions offers a comprehensive range of innovative products and services that empower brokers and financial institutions to enhance their trading operations and deliver superior experiences to their clients.

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