ATFX Wins Two Awards at 2020 Forex Broker Awards

ATFX won Best News & Analysis Provider and Best Affiliate Program titles at the recently concluded, Forex Broker Awards 2020

ATFX won the awards for the Best Affiliate program and the Best News & Analysis Provider at the recently concluded, Forex Broker Awards 2020.

These are the 6th and 7th awards won by ATFX this year alone. The awards feature some of the best brokers competing against one another for users’ votes in various categories. ATFX has won five awards leading up to this point in the year already. These two additions show clear evidence that the broker’s products and services resonate with its customers.

ATFX won the best news and analysis provider award based on the accurate and timely analysis provided by its top analysts. Alejandro Zambrano, ATFX’s Global Chief Market Strategist and Martin Lam, ATFX’s Chief Analyst of Asia Pacific lead the team of analysts globally. The two are responsible for transforming the broker’s news and analysis content into the award-winning service that it is today. 

The broker also won the best affiliate program award. This is down to its excellent collaboration with partners to provide educational resources to its clients. The award recognises the efforts of the broker to deliver exceptional education.

Each category had a list of five brokers who were selected by a team of industry professionals as the finalists. The winners were selected by traders who voted for the best broker in each category. ATFX emerged number one in the two categories above. The voting process was regulated so that each voter could only vote once in each of the different categories listed. 

ATFX’s Global Chief Market Strategist, Alejandro Zambrano stated that “In the last 12 months the ATFX research and news team has been working very hard to deliver insightful analysis to clients in multiple languages. This helps enhance their trading decisions and market outlook.   

The feedback from our clients has been excellent and we’re thrilled that the people who use our services, voted for us to win the award – Best News & Analysis Provider 2020. Despite the lockdowns, ATFX is stronger today than it was at the start of 2019. We’ve introduced a wealth of new services to ATFX clients, such as automated technical analysis, coaching and premium education. All to support our clients as they strive to reach their trading aspirations.”

ATFX’s UK Managing Director, Wei Qiang Zhang commented that “It’s rewarding to know that our clients and partners are responsible for us winning these top awards. Their votes have propelled us to the top of the two categories. The Best News & Analysis provider award shows that we’re both experts in the field as well as our commitment to using that expertise to benefit our clients. 

We won’t relent in our efforts to distinguish our services in a very crowded industry. We’ll continue to offer world-class services to every individual trader who trusts us with their funds. 

We’re confident that our work will pay dividends for our clients in the year ahead. We hope future award ceremonies will be equally as fruitful, not just for the award but for the knowledge that we’re delivering for our clients.”

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