Lirunex further expands FX and CFD brokerage into China, Thailand, and Vietnam
“Lirunex is devoted to empowering traders across APAC by offering them quality trading services along with financial market information to ensure that traders are making wise choices while accessing international financial markets.”
Lirunex has announced it is further expanding its reach across the APAC region as disposable income in the region grows, with a particular focus on China, Thailand, and Vietnam.
The online trading platform and brokerage, which caters to both experienced investors and newcomers to the trading scene, offers access to a wide range of assets, including forex, commodities, CFDs, equity indices, precious metals, and energies.
Lirunex recently launched LX Academy
Jack Fong, CEO of Lirunex, said: “Lirunex is devoted to empowering traders across APAC by offering them quality trading services along with financial market information to ensure that traders are making wise choices while accessing international financial markets. We are honored to be named Asia’s Best Forex Broker of 2023, and this achievement reinforces our dedication to delivering the best trading experience to our valued clients.”
As part of its efforts to grow its user base in the Asia Pacific and elsewhere, Lirunex recently launched LX Academy to provide traders of all experience levels with comprehensive and applicable trading knowledge. Insights into local trading market trends and conditions through a variety of courses, webinars, and other resources in various languages are made available for traders.
Lirunex allows a variety of trading methods, such as hedging and scalping, and offers a number of payment options.
The internationally licensed broker is regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC), the Labuan Financial Services Authority (LFSA), and the Republic of Maldives Ministry of Economy and Development (MED).
Lirunex Limited is incorporated and registered in the Marshall Islands as an International business corporation and registered in the Republic of Maldives under its companies act to operate a Forex platform.
According to Lirunex, the FX broker has reached trading volumes of USD 10 billion as it already serves more than 15,000 traders from across the globe, with investments worth USD 40 million traded weekly.
Lirunex bets in Dubai, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam
Lirunex has recently participated in four regional exhibitions in Dubai, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam as the CFD brokerage firm looks to further grow its business in the APAC and the Middle East.
Chief executive Jack Fong said Lurinex anticipates a 39% increase in trading volume in 2023 as the broker continuously introduces new features that enhance the overall trading experience.
The Maldives-based brokerage firm also secured the services of Waleed Salah, who joined the company in the role of its head of sales for the MENA region.