HotForex majors on client fund security and receives prestigious new award

“Best Client Funds Security” is the latest award received for the outstanding fund security provided by HotForex, the latest accolade for the broker that has already earned over 20 awards in just nine years.

Global FX and commodities broker HotForex is happy to announce that it has now received its first new award for 2019 for having the Best Client Funds Security globally.

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 marks a strong start for the year 2019 and is a great addition to the prestigious titles we already hold. To receive such a coveted award so early in the year is a sure sign of great things in the months to come.”

HotForex’s funds security, which includes market leading insurance, accounts with major banks, and strict fund segregation, is just one of the many advantages the broker offers its clients in order to ensure that its traders feel confident that they are with a well-regulated broker of choice.

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