Brokerage that started the entire Cyprus FX industry opens office in London

Windsor Brokers, the FX firm that in 1988 started the entire Cyprus FX industry which is now a flourishing global hub for the world, recently announced the opening of their new branch in the centre of London. The Windsor team in the UK is now also ready to cater to clients from the UK as […]

Windsor Brokers, the FX firm that in 1988 started the entire Cyprus FX industry which is now a flourishing global hub for the world, recently announced the opening of their new branch in the centre of London. The Windsor team in the UK is now also ready to cater to clients from the UK as well as the European region.

“Setting up a branch in the UK was in the pipeline for some time now. Last year was dedicated to strengthening our corporate governance; once we made sure that this was successfully accomplished, we decided to move forward with our expansion plans” said Johny Abuaitah, CEO of Windsor Brokers.

Together with the opening of the UK branch, Windsor has introduced a brand new MT4 trading account that aims to meet the profile of traders from the region. The account offers competitive trading conditions with spreads as low as: 0.2 pips for Forex Currency Pairs, 0.14 cents for Gold and 0.02 cents for Silver.

CFD traders will also be happy to know that this account offers commission free trading of major CFD Indices, Energies, Commodities and Treasuries. Traders can register to the Windsor Brokers Customer Portal to open a Demo and/or Live account as well as to access several educational/investment tools.

The Company has been successfully active in the financial markets for over 27 years, catering to the trading needs of retail and corporate investors from all around the world. The Company is also considering additional countries in the EU and the Far East for the development of its business operations.

Windsor Brokers is licensed and regulated by CySec (Cyprus), EEA authorized by the FCA (UK), registered with BaFin (Germany) and the ACPR (France) and complies with EU regulations such as the MiFID and EMIR.

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