ATFX Launches Pilot Electronic Signature in South East Asia

ATFX has launched Adobe Sign in South East Asia, with a view to rolling it out globally. Customers will be able to benefit from the efficient digital signature solution.

ATFX recently launched Adobe Sign as a new service for its clients in South East Asia with the end goal of expanding the service to its global clientele.

Adobe sign allows ATFX to get things done in a minute without a distance barrier – clients can sign electronic forms and send them back to the company.

Adobe Sign is not the first high technology service launched by ATFX in the recent past given that the broker also recently launched ATFX Connect for institutional clients, Biometric facial recognition services and the MT5 trading platform will be launched in Q1 of 2020.

The new electronic signature allows ATFX to minimise its carbon footprint given that the new service allows both ATFX and its clients to create and sign electronic documents without printing such documents, which is more eco-friendly.

The ATFX representative clarified that, “ATFX is always looking for ways to improve its clients’ trading experience and that Adobe Sign is just one of several new hi-tech solutions that the broker is looking to introduce to its clients soon.”

The e-signs collected via Adobe Sign are legally binding and can be appended on any legal agreements between ATFX and its clients. The new service also allows ATFX to collect signatures from hundreds of customers using the same form, which increases the efficiency of ATFX’s operations.

ATFX is not slowing down and has plans to launch more high tech products to serve its clients as the company’s management has identified several gaps in the tech services available to both brokers and traders.The broker is always searching for better ways to serve its clients and to improve their customer experience.

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