ATFX Awarded the “Fastest Growing Forex Broker, Europe 2017″

Following a very expansive start, ATFX’s rapid growth has gained it an award

After being awarded the “Best NDD Broker” at Online Personal Wealth Awards in the first quarter of this year, ATFX (UK) the financial brokerage, is at it again, winning yet another award in the second quarter of 2018, this time it’s the “Fastest Growing Forex Broker, Europe 2017.”  As its name implies, the award goes to the fastest growing FX broker on the European continent over the past year, a key market where major market-makers and liquidity providers have a significant presence.

To achieve the award, requires not just rapid growth in the number of traders they serve, but also larger financial institutions as well as funds.  And given that European FX traders are spoiled for choice with a massive number of FX brokers to choose from, ATFX is proud to have been recognized for its ability to grow at a fast rate in a congested FX market.  The financial services company has been working hard to ensure that it offers its clients superior secure services, with competitive spreads, in a regulated environment, and in an overall optimal trading environment.

Its recent string of successes can also be attributed to ATFX’s choice to emphasize service is king in congested retail trading market, something its CEO, Richard Craddock, confirmed recently by saying “While online interaction has gathered a great deal of pace, it is still important as a business to offer offline support. I think the more transparency we can create, the better for the industry overall.”

With its second major award this year, ATFX is confident that it is moving in the right direction by offering traders both small and large the right formula to achieve trading success.  As an international online leader in forex trading, we intend to continue getting it right and remain the fastest growing broker, be it in Europe or in any other part of the world.  That, combined with our multilingual support, bespoke client services and media attention we continue to attract traders to our award-winning brokerage.

Legal: AT Global Markets (UK) Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the United Kingdom. FCA registration number (760555). Registered Office: 32 Cornhill, London, EC3V 3SG. Company No. 09827091

All trading involves risk, losses can exceed your deposits.

 

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