ATFX Achieves Two Major Forex Awards in January 2020

ATFX was awarded “The Most Transparent Broker” and the broker with the “Best Educational Program” at the just-concluded World Forex Broker Awards.

It’s barely mid-January, yet ATFX has already bagged two prestigious industry awards to kick off the year. The global FX/CFD broker was awarded as “The Most Transparent Broker” and the broker with the “Best Educational Program” at the just-concluded World Forex Broker Awards.

The judging panel of World Forex Awards was so impressed with the performance of ATFX in 2019 that they felt the firm was deserving of the two awards.

The awards are evidence of ATFX’s commitment to delivering the best services and products to its clients with no hidden charges. The broker goes further and invests heavily in educating its traders to ensure that they have the right skills to trade and take advantage of the global financial markets.

Wei Qiang Zhang, Managing Director of ATFX (UK) stated, “We are very proud to have been recognised for our expertly-curated education program and also for our transparent culture, which we are fully committed to maintaining. Both of them are key pillars of our business model. We want our clients to be equipped with the right skills when trading and to feel safe when they deposit their funds with us as their broker of choice.”

The organiser of the World Forex Awards will interview both Wei Qiang Zhang, Managing Director of ATFX (UK) and Ergin Erdemir, Head of Marketing for ATFX (UK) in February. They would like to introduce ATFX to their readers and how the firm can provide quality, transparent services and helping traders develop their skills.

ATFX is a rising star in the highly-competitive world of FX retail brokerage where the differences between individual brokers are quite minimal. However, brokers that have risen to the top understand that today’s traders’ want excellent services, but are also looking for brokers who are willing to go the extra mile to help their clients succeed.

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