HF Markets Expands its Global Reach with Dubai DFSA License

HF Markets has now expanded its services to Dubai as it continues its mission to further enhance its global reputation as a multi-regulated, multi-asset broker of choice.

Renowned multi-asset electronic trading company HF Markets has now launched operations in the UAE through its newly acquired Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) License.

With its new office operation in Dubai’s Index Tower, the internationally acclaimed forex and commodity broker is now ready to launch its widespread retail and professional trading services to MENA region clients.

George Koumantaris, HFGroup CEO commented, “This is an important milestone for HF Markets. The UAE and the GCC offer very promising business prospects and we look forward to great success. The DIFC, through its reliable and strong governance, compliance and transparent structure, will strongly support our new entry to the region.”

Commenting on this, Andreas Lazarou, CEO of HF Markets (DIFC) added: “HF Markets offers a broad range of financial products and invests heavily in educational seminars and workshops. We are very confident that through our newly acquired DFSA License, and our competitive pricing and state of the art technology, HF Markets will expand further into positioning itself as a market leader in the region.”

HF Markets (DIFC) Ltd is part of HF Markets Group – widely known by the trading names HF Markets and HotForex – a conglomerate which encompasses global and regulated entities operating as multi-asset brokers. In just a few short years, HF Markets has earned itself an unrivaled reputation for their award-winning service that includes full client support and protection through all the latest trading instruments and tools.

 

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