Leverate announces LXClub – a new partnership suite to increase collaborations

“Many people who have associates from the Forex and multi-asset worlds want to take part in the industry, but don’t know where to start. For these reasons we created our LXClub program” – Chen Ben-Nun, Head of Sales and Business Development, Leverate

Leading brokerage technology provider Leverate is launching a set of partnership offerings under the collective name LXClub. It includes a classic referral partnership program with multiple payment arrangements – whether commission-based, or based on a fixed payment per number of leads.

It also incorporates Introducing Broker agreements for Leverate’s multiple clients, and an extensive program for affiliate managers who may generate traffic to any one of the company’s numerous websites and products.

The suite of programs has been announced as a comprehensive answer to Leverate’s ever-growing business ecosystem, where clients are looking for more networking opportunities. It is also intended as a means for people outside of the Forex sphere to gain their first footing in the industry. The target audience can be anyone who comes in contact with people from the Forex and multi-asset world. It ranges from lawyers to money managers and accountants, and from the gaming industry to financial journalism and e-commerce.

Chen Ben-Nun, Leverate

“Executives today have multiple arms operating simultaneously in different environments – whether it’s banking, marketing, liquidity, sales, payment solutions, and more”, says Chen Ben Nun, Head of Sales and Business Development at Leverate. “That is why our clients are far more interconnected these days and know people from a wide range of fields”.

“At Leverate we also identified the demand from non-brokers to set their foot in the lucrative forex business. Many people who have associates from the Forex and multi-asset worlds want to take part in the industry, but don’t know where to start. For these reasons we created our LXClub program, which offers clients various partnership plans that can help them make the most out of their contacts network, while making a steady passive income”.

Leverate’s LXClub offers multiple revenue options for referring partners, both percentage-based and fixed income. “All the partner needs to do is direct potential clients to our technological solutions – whether they are interested in liquidity, trading platforms, compliance service, or any other of Leverate’s offerings”, says Mrs. Ben Nun. “A partner can sign a contract whenever he has a potential lead, and then withdraw if the lead proves unfruitful, no strings attached. There’s no commitment for number of leads, and no demand for exclusivity”

“With these solutions we open the gates for people from many different fields to gain long-term revenues from our expanding Forex universe. We have a growing web of clients, whether standard or white-label, that are interested in many forms of lead acquisition, conversion and retention, both in Forex and other asset classes. LXClub accommodates partnership solutions for Introducing Brokers as well as affiliate marketing options, to benefit our entire business ecosystem”.

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