European expansion on agenda for FXCM as German FX and CFD firm FXFlat enters partnership

Prominence in high-quality regions is very much the direction which FXCM Inc(NYSE:FXCM) has majored on as part of its corporate ethos for many years. Today, a partnership with German FX and CFD brokerage FXFlat has come to fruition, further strengthening the company’s European foothold via strategic expansion. FXCM will provide the firm’s proprietary trading platform, […]

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Prominence in high-quality regions is very much the direction which FXCM Inc(NYSE:FXCM) has majored on as part of its corporate ethos for many years.

Today, a partnership with German FX and CFD brokerage FXFlat has come to fruition, further strengthening the company’s European foothold via strategic expansion.

FXCM will provide the firm’s proprietary trading platform, Trading Station, as well as MetaTrader 4 to FXFlat customers, along with FXCM’s trading environment.

Today, Rafael Neustadt, Managing Director and CEO of FXFlat made a commercial statement on the partnership

The new partnership is a win-win situation not only for FXFlat Wertpapierhandelsbank and FXCM, but especially for the customer. With this cooperation we are further expanding our extensive range of excellent trading tools, attractive costs and transparent solutions.”

FXCM has developed a very keen methodology toward offering Enhanced Index CFD products, a matter which FinanceFeeds discussed at the firm’s head office in New York with CEO Drew Niv recently. By offering a multi-asset trading environment in this manner, FXCM’s continued strength in established markets is likely to continue to be a very major force during the coming year.

Photograph: FXCM’s Head Office, New York, USA. Copyright Andrew Saks-McLeod

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