HotForex Gains New International Finance Award

“Best Forex & Commodities Broker – Latin America” is the latest title awarded to HotForex which continues to expand both its operations and awards collection.

Prominent global forex and CFD commodities broker HotForex has been named the Best Forex & Commodities Broker in Latin America by International Finance Awards.

HotForex is a unified brand name of HF Markets Group, a conglomerate which encompasses global and regulated entities operating as multi-asset brokers, and has a mission to provide the best customer services in order to maintain its position as a market leader.

A HotForex spokesman said: “This new award is an excellent demonstration of our success in establishing ourselves as a broker of choice far beyond our initial operations, and commitment to maintaining our position as a market leader. More than just an online broker, we are a powerful entity with global reach but local support.”

Established in 2010, HotForex has quickly earned a market-leading position in the industry for its commitment to providing the best products and services and maintaining a client-centric focus. Clients are reassured by its high level of regulation, its award-winning security of funds program and the knowledge that they are supported on every step of their trading journey.

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