Forex4you wins ‘Broker of the Year India’ recognition by ForexRating.com Awards

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The ForexRating.com Awards once again came out with a fresh verdict for its highly-respected award winners. The accolade for ‘Broker of the Year India’ goes to one of the investment industry’s leaders, Forex4you.

The ForexRating.com Awards once again came out with a fresh verdict for its highly-respected award winners. The accolade for ‘Broker of the Year India’ goes to one of the investment industry’s leaders, Forex4you.

The choice to award Forex4you wasn’t hard thanks to their outstanding reliability and innovative offering. The multi-asset broker has steadily built up a success story for itself in India, not to mention numerous accolades for the Asian region as a whole.

Forex4you is a global Forex broker that provides online trading services worldwide since 2007. It offers a state-of-the-art trading experience to over 2 million trading accounts globally. In 2013, the company introduced its social trading service, Share4you, to enable traders, who have no time or experience, to copy the trades of seasoned traders and learn from their trading strategies.

Forex4you has deservedly been acknowledged as the winner in this competitive category. The award is issued with much consideration on the technology that backs Forex4you platform, the type of service rendered, and how satisfied investors find their products.

This was not the first award Forex4you has received over the last few years, capping the fact that the broker’s services to customers and partners are second to none.

Once every year, The ForexRating.com Awards grants its titles to a selected few out of hundreds of nominated brokers. The event celebrates brokers who are providing the best service to the rapidly-growing investment and trading community. The idea is to recognize and honor the best trading conditions, comprehensive market research tools, and world-class customer service, not only in India but in the global trading industry. 

A Forex4you representative gratefully elaborated on that:

“Forex4you is excited to have achieved so much in such a challenging period for our industry. With the forex space still being hunted by the Covid-19-spurred volatility, Forex4you is determined now more than ever to continue providing great services to our valued traders and potential customers. The award for being the ‘Broker of the Year India’ is a gesture that we cherish and value so much. Forex4you would remain relentless as it looks forward to achieving even more.” 

2022 was an important year for Forex4you. Not only does the broker celebrate its 15th anniversary, but it recently established some significant partnerships. 

Forex4you is a member of the Financial Commission, an independent external dispute resolution body (EDR). Aside from handling disputes, the Financial Commission protects the interests of traders, providing a compensation fund of up to €20,000 per claim.

“We are delighted to announce that the international broker Forex4you is among the winners, garnering the ‘Broker of the Year India’ award. The brokerage firm is consistently pioneering innovative ways to protect clients from today’s unpredictable and volatile markets. Also, Forex4you has been doing its best to accommodate their Indian clients and is thankful for such a radiant, like-minded, and motivated community. Receiving this award from ForexRating.com is an honour that will spark even more effort from their team. We assure our readers that we closely observe the Forex market in India and understand that there are many quality services to choose from,” added a representative of ForexRating.com. 

About Forex4you

Forex4you and Share4you are trademarks of E-Global Trade and Finance Group, Inc., licensed and regulated by the Financial Service Commission (FSC) of the BVI.

Launched in 2007, Forex4you is a customer-focused online trading platform that is reliable and easy to use. Besides the world-renowned MetaTrader 4 platform that most leading brokers provide, we also offer our very own cutting-edge proprietary technology for both Windows and Mac OS – Forex4you Mobile, Web, and Desktop platform, so that traders can easily trade on multiple platforms, simultaneously, with just one account.

For over a decade, we have served more than 2 million trading accounts and reached a trading volume of more than US$68 billion. Our attractive partner programs have paid out over US$26 million in commissions to our Partners.

About ForexRating.com

The ForexRating.com Awards deeply analyze and provide insights into the most important business segments across the Forex industry. Our prestigious nominations grant public recognition to top brokers and best-in-class financial service providers while empowering market participants with an in-depth understanding to foster more informed decision-making.

The global reach of ForexRating.com Awards uniquely highlights varying customer satisfaction worldwide and addresses their needs by awarding industry players based on an independent, quantitative and qualitative assessment process.

The team behind ForexRating.com is a group of highly experienced forex professionals. Each member has over a decade of experience in the global forex industry. ForexRating.com has put a great amount of time, effort, and resources into the creation of the most accurate rating system available for the forex industry.

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