Exness’ success in numbers: a closer look at the broker’s 2022 & 2023 financial results

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

Multi-asset broker Exness released its data for the year ending on 31st December 2022, reporting another record-breaking year.

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The leading broker more than doubled its volumes in 2022, with a monthly trading volume of $2.5 trillion in December alone, a massive 103.1% increase from the same period in 2021. It is worth mentioning that Exness’ monthly trading volume peaked in August 2022, exceeding $2.8 trillion, hitting another record high for the first time.

Exness also significantly increased the number of active clients by 58%, reaching 375,000 in 2022. In 2023, Exness’ active clients numbers are close to 400,000.

In addition, the broker reported $1.1 billion in client withdrawals in Q4 2022, more than double from Q4 2021. During the same period, Exness also reported distributing $99.1 million in partner rewards, a massive 90.6% increase since Q4 2021. Interestingly, Q3 2022 had the highest number of partner rewards 2022, crossing the $100 million mark.

When looking at the entire year, the total trading volume for 2022 was $27.2 trillion, with total client withdrawals of $4.1 billion and total partner rewards of $377.5 million. These are impressive numbers that demonstrate Exness’ strong position in the industry.

Interested parties can find the Exness Group Financial Performance Indicators Report 2021 for more information. While data on Clients Equity has not yet been published, the report for the year 2021 is available.

It’s clear that Exness continues its successful trajectory, with significant increases in both trading volume and active clients. Its most recent milestone in monthly trading volume, reported in March 2023, is $3.8 trillion.

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