ATFX Launches Middle East Services

ATFX is registered in ADGM’s and authorised and regulated by FSRA

We are delighted to inform you that AT Capital Markets (ATFX) has received its licence and is now regulated by FSRA (Financial Services Regulatory Authority) in Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM). This is a milestone in our commitment to offering a world class services to our Clients in all parts of the world.

ATFX aims to provide our clients with legal and trustworthy services.

Our Licence permits us to Deal in Investments as Principal (only as Matched Principal) and Arranging Deals in Investments to Professional Clients.

ADGM is an International Financial Centre located in Abu Dhabi the capital of United Arab Emirates (UAE).  ADGM aims to ensure that that financial service providers operating in the UAE work with the best interest of their clients in mind, while following international standards and best practices.

ADGM has three independent Authorities: the Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA), the Registration Authority and the ADGM Courts.

The FSRA is the financial regulatory body in ADGM; ADGM’s Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) is committed to operating a fair, efficient and responsive regulatory environment for its market participants and stakeholders both in the UAE and internationally.

Receiving the license from this regulatory body provides ATFX with a strong foundation in launching its services in the Middle East and opening its first office in the region. We have been working on customising our services for the Middle East market. We have launched our Arabic Language website to personalise our process of online trading platform for our Middle Eastern Clientele where we will be offering a 24/5 localised multilingual support. This will make it comfortable for our clients to access assistance in the languages they are most comfortable with. We have carefully handpicked a team of international experienced financial staff to support us in achieving our objectives.

ATFX participated in the 13th Jordan Forex Expo (JFEX) 2018 and won the Best Forex Customer Services 2017 award as part of The Entrepreneur JFEX Awards at the event. This was our first step to entering the financial markets in the Middle East. ATFX intends to participate in a number of these events in the region.


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