Exclusive: FX IB and cash back pioneer The Aslan Group relaunches leveraging Forest Park FX’s infrastructure

Back in 2008, the Aslan Group dominated the FX forums with a high touch customer service model and at that time a groundbreaking cash back rebate program. Now, in 2016, The Aslan Group has emerged from its slumber to launch its new website, www.aslanforex.com, through which it will introduce traders from around the world to the […]

Back in 2008, the Aslan Group dominated the FX forums with a high touch customer service model and at that time a groundbreaking cash back rebate program.

Now, in 2016, The Aslan Group has emerged from its slumber to launch its new website, www.aslanforex.com, through which it will introduce traders from around the world to the industry’s top FX brokers, offer cash back rebates on trading and open doors to a wide array of FX professionals within their personal network.

In recent years, The Aslan Group has been cultivating key relationships with retail brokers, liquidity providers, and money managers in order to build out this particular service.

The key to Aslan’s relaunch, however, was teaming up with Florida-based global introducing broker Forest Park FX, who has provided the infrastructure upon which Aslan Forex is built and the brokerage relationships and back office support necessary to the deliver the value its clients expect.

According to The Aslan Group’s Managing Partner, Gavin Gray, Managing Partner at The Aslan Group today explained

“We are thrilled to finally present our clients with a centralized place where they see our complete offering, interact with us on a real-time basis and have all of their questions and concerns addressed.” Mr. Gray later added that, “while we may have been pioneers in cash back rebates, Forest Park FX may have perfected it. And by working together, we can offer unparalleled value to the retail FX trader.”

With regard to working with The Aslan Group, Forest Park FX’s CEO, Justin Hertzberg told FinanceFeeds

“Like Forest Park FX, Aslan has always been an integrity-driven, client-focused introducing broker that added both quantitative and qualitative value to FX traders. Coming together was easy, as each side saw the same bigger picture. And working together will only elevate the trading experience of the client and our respective brands.” With its core team intact, an experienced sales staff and back-end support from Forest Park FX, The Aslan Group expects to make a lot of noise in 2016.

Photograph: Midtown Manhattan, New York. Copyright FinanceFeeds

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