FIBO Group expands CFD brokerage into LATAM region

Rick Steves

“We’ve been noticing a growing interest in our services all across Central and South America in recent months. That’s why we’ve been working tirelessly to perfect our offer to the region and make it as optimal as we can. This means facilitating the user interface to Spanish speakers, enhancing our support staff and hours, finetuning our asset list to suit the needs of traders, and much more. We’re certain that our valued Latin American customers will find everything they need for a successful trading venture on our platform.”

FIBO Group, the FX and CFD broker headquartered in Vienna, Austria, has announced that it is planning to set foot in Latin America in order to start expanding its operations to the LATAM region in 2023.

The investing community of Latin America is one of the fastest growing in the world, as more and more opportunities open up in that region. FIBO does not want to miss out on this growth opportunity.

Operating within the trading and investment sector for nearly 25 years, FIBO has several offices around the world and tailors specific trading offers to geo-regions. The broker will do the same in Latin America.

FIBO provides access to CFDs on forex, cryptocurrencies, commodities, and more. Additionally, the option of holding a percentage allocation management module (PAMM) account is open to all traders, as is access to some of the most popular and trusted trading technologies in the world today.

FIBO to offer CFD brokerage across Central and South America

Alfredo Hernández, Senior Analyst at FIBO Group, said: “We’ve been noticing a growing interest in our services all across Central and South America in recent months. That’s why we’ve been working tirelessly to perfect our offer to the region and make it as optimal as we can. This means facilitating the user interface to Spanish speakers, enhancing our support staff and hours, finetuning our asset list to suit the needs of traders, and much more. We’re certain that our valued Latin American customers will find everything they need for a successful trading venture on our platform.

“We invite any trader from the region – whether new to the market or veteran and experienced – to check out our offer and to give us a try. We’re sure they will not be disappointed by what we’ve put on the table. Furthermore, we are always evolving and improving our services, so there is definitely more good news on the way in the near future.”

The CFD trading services provided to LATAM users will be offered through FIBO Group, Ltd., (registered at 2nd Floor, O’Neil Marketing Associates Building, Wickhams Key II, P.O. Box 3174, Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands). The entity is regulated by the Financial Services Commission (FSC) BVI, license registration number: SIBA/L/13/1063.

FIBO Group also owns FIBO Group Holdings Limited, an entity that is authorized and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (licence number 118/10) and is a member of the Investor Compensation Fund.

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