GAIN Capital announces launch of new marketing program GAIN Affiliates

Maria Nikolova

The program offers new marketing partnership opportunities with GAIN’s online retail trading brands City Index and Finspreads.

GAIN Capital Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: GCAP) today announced the launch of GAIN Affiliates, a highly competitive, performance based offering to affiliates introducing qualified customers to its retail trading brands.

Commenting on the affiliate program, Samantha Roady, President, Retail at GAIN Capital, said: “Our new affiliates offering expands on our very successful Introducing Broker program, which has been in place now for well over a decade. With the launch of GAIN Affiliates, we are now able to work with a wider range of affiliate partners, offering them access to a robust suite of digital marketing tools, real-time performance reporting and a dedicated support team. Our goal with the new program is to develop long term relationships with quality affiliate partners who are interested in establishing a relationship with our top tier, highly respected brands, while allowing us to reach new clients in a cost-effective manner.”

GAIN Affiliates’ value-added services include on-demand banner adverts, content and videos available through its self-service portal, as well as on-demand performance reporting with robust multilingual support.

GAIN is now accepting new affiliate partners for its CityIndex CFD brand & Finspreads U.K. spread bet brand. GAIN Capital’s FOREX.com will join the affiliate program later this year, ensuring that the affiliates can benefit from promoting three industry leading brands at once.

For more information on the new program, please visit https://www.gainaffiliates.com or contact the GAIN Affiliates team at [email protected]

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