HYCM Celebrates 45 Years of Group Success

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

Established global forex broker, HYCM, celebrates the 45th anniversary of its holding company, HYCM Capital Markets Group.

The global corporation was founded in 1977 in Hong Kong and has a diverse portfolio of businesses in capital markets, financial services, investments, property, education, and charity. As part of the group, HYCM International shares its rich heritage and culture, providing a solid trading experience to its traders.

The CEO of HYCM International, Stavros Lambouris, commented:

“The Group was founded just after the modern forex market started operating, and it already had a solid presence in the financial markets by the time the industry opened to retail clients in the late 90s. Throughout the years we reached various milestones, including becoming one of the first brokers to get an FCA license in 1998. Not a lot of brokers can say the same.

Today, HYCM is one of the leading FX and CFD brokers, renowned for its reputation and excellence, trusted by traders worldwide. We provide a first-class trading experience with over 300 instruments in different asset classes via our headquarters in London, and offices in other strategic locations including Dubai, Cyprus, Kuwait, and Hong Kong. Our goal going forward remains to support the investor on every step of their trading journey.”

HYCM offers online webinars and workshops, in-person trading seminars, one-on-one coaching, trading strategy reviews, actionable market insights on the HYCM Lab blog, access to premium trading tools, and a community of like-minded traders on the broker’s social media channels and telegram groups.

Responding to market trends and clients’ needs, HYCM regularly expands its portfolio becoming one of the few brokers that offer ETFs and adding the ability to deposit and withdraw in cryptocurrencies. HYCM offers excellent trading conditions on MT4 and MT5, such as low 0.1 spreads, and is in the process of rolling out a new proprietary trading app with an improved user experience. Building on 45 years of success, HYCM plans to continue providing a first-class trading experience and supporting its traders across the globe.

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About: HYCM is the global brand name of HYCM Capital Markets (UK) Limited, HYCM (Europe) Ltd, HYCM Capital Markets (DIFC) Ltd and HYCM Limited, all individual entities under HYCM Capital Markets Group, a global corporation founded in 1977, operating in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.

High-Risk Investment Warning: Contracts for Difference (‘CFDs’) are complex financial products that are traded on margin. Trading CFDs carries a high degree of risk. It is possible to lose all your capital. These products may not be suitable for everyone and you should ensure that you understand the risks involved. Seek independent expert advice if necessary and speculate only with funds that you can afford to lose. Please think carefully whether such trading suits you, taking into consideration all the relevant circumstances as well as your personal resources. We do not recommend clients posting their entire account balance to meet margin requirements. Clients can minimise their level of exposure by requesting a change in leverage limit. For more information please refer to HYCM’s Risk Disclosure.

 

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