David Beckham to promote GemForex across Asia

Rick Steves

GemForex makes efforts to lead in trading conditions, execution times, safety of client funds and data security, according to the FX and CFD broker holding a Mauritius Financial License.

GemForex has announced a multi-year partnership with sporting icon, David Beckham, who will be promoting the FX brokerage brand and its services across Asia.

The FX and CFD broker mostly serves retail investors in Asia looking for access to the trading of currencies, CFDs, and metals.

GemForex offers FX and CFD trading to over 400k clients

The trading firm boasts more than 400,000 clients as the broker grows into a global and well-established brand that targets both experienced traders and beginners by providing advanced features and an intuitive trading experience.

GemForex makes efforts to lead in trading conditions, execution times, safety of client funds and data security, the broker states.

“Both GemForex and David Beckham are considered at the top of their game and have joined forces to show traders that they, too, can reach new heights. David is highly professional, and his ambition to be the best in everything he does matches our vision for GemForex too. We are excited to get started, and we plan to actively promote the partnership with a number of key initiatives in the future”, said a spokesman for the FX and CFD broker.

GemForex is brand owned by Lindholm Capital Ltd, registered in Mauritius and holding a Mauritius Financial License, number GB21026537.

David Beckham is one of the world’s most famous personalities

“I’m pleased to announce my partnership with GemForex as their brand ambassador. It’s very exciting to be working with a business like GemForex – a company made in Japan, a country and culture that I have a lot of admiration for and a place that I have visited many times. GemForex offers reliable support to its customers, entertaining campaigns, and has the potential to become the number one broker globally, and I’m looking forward to being a part of it”, said David Beckham, the sports legend that played for Manchester United, Real Madrid, and the England national team.

David Beckham is one of the world’s most recognized personalities after more than 20 years of playing football. He is now retired from the sport, but has established himself as a successful businessman, entrepreneur and philanthropist.

He is also partnered with other world leading brands, such as adidas, Diageo and EA. He is also owner of a football club, Inter Miami CF, and co-founded a global production and content studio, Studio 99, which produces a wide range of both editorial and advertising content for global brands.

In addition, he has been a Goodwill Ambassador of UNICEF for nearly two decades, promoting and protecting the rights of the world’s most vulnerable children.

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