CAPEX.com launches stocks and ETFs via CAPEX Invest

Rick Steves

“Our European customers have become increasingly interested in real-time stock exchange investing, so we offer them exceptional trading conditions.”

NICOSIA, Cyprus, Sept. 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — After previously announcing a zero-commission pre-launch campaign for share dealing,

CAPEX.com has announced the launch of CAPEX Invest, a share dealing and ETF trading platform that boasts more than 5,000 US, EU, and UK-listed securities and over 130 exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

The ‘financial super app’ is available on the broker’s proprietary trading platform, CAPEX WebTrader, and the promotional campaign includes zero-commission trading and one free stock.

European customers want real-time stock exchange investing

Octavian Patrascu, CEO and founder of CAPEX, said: “Over the last two years, CAPEX’s main goal has been to develop an app that fits the financial needs of the modern retail investor. Launching CAPEX Invest is the next step in this effort. As a multi-asset broker with years of experience, we try to give our investors the best opportunities to diversify their portfolios. Our European customers have become increasingly interested in real-time stock exchange investing, so we offer them exceptional trading conditions.”

CAPEX.com’s latest upgrades have resulted in a proprietary trading platform that includes more than 7,000 instruments, including over 5,000 stocks, 130 ETFs, and thousands of CFDs on all major asset classes.

Christina Koullapi, Executive Director at CAPEX, said: “As more people worldwide realize the benefits of engaging in the financial markets, the need for an easy-to-use stock trading app has never been higher. CAPEX.com aids both new and experienced traders in finding investment opportunities. They can use CAPEX WebTrader to trade assets worldwide.”

CAPEX Invest’s next stop: United Arab Emirates

As CAPEX.com continues its evolution into a global multi-asset brokerage, CAPEX Invest gives universal access to the financial markets and more opportunities for investments and diversification.

“The next step for us is to offer the CAPEX Invest product to our customers in the United Arab Emirates, with a similar offer and trading conditions adapted to the local market. Next, we will add crypto services to our offer, making CAPEX.com a super-app for trading and investing”, chief executive Octavian Patrascu added.

Earlier this year, CAPEX.com appointed Fadi Reyad as the market analyst for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. He will help focus on augmenting the broker’s market information capabilities, specifically in relation to clients, while also generating a diverse blend of market reports, updates, and analyses for the company’s overall clientele. Moreover, he will also oversee market analysis and research for retail and institutional clients as well as financial media outlets.

Fadi has spent the multitude of his career as asset manager, consultant, and premier researcher. He also has experience in the field of financial services, construction, and real estate.

The new hire came shortly after CAPEX.com strengthened its Mena operations with the appointment of Abdelhadi Laabi as its new chief marketing officer for the region.

The CAPEX.com brand, which received its first license in 2016, is currently providing services across Europe, the Middle East, South Africa, Latin America, and South-East Asia. The company’s regulatory catalogue encompasses licenses from the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission, Abu Dhabi Global Market Financial Services Regulatory Authority, and the Financial Sector Conduct Authority in South Africa.

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