Tradesocio Announces Partnership with JFD Brokers

Maria Nikolova

Both Tradesocio and JFD Brokers are committed to amplifying investments through transparent services and the latest technological advancements in the financial industry.

Leading fintech services provider, Tradesocio, has announced a partnership with JFD Brokers, an EU-regulated brokerage that has won over 40 international awards over the past seven years. JFD Brokers leverages the latest technology and business transformations globally to offer its clients world-class investment choices.

Established in 2015, Tradesocio has carved a niche for itself with its cutting-edge fintech solutions. The company offers a unique, tech-based investment ecosystem that brings together the various players in the financial markets. The platform offers brokers, fund managers, investment banks, introducers and investors a safe ecosystem in which to connect and access just the right tools for investment.

Over the past 12 months, Tradesocio has enjoyed an incredible growth journey, not only in terms of client acquisition, but also in product development and global expansion. Currently, the company powers 30+ brokerage houses, with over US$384 million in funds and US$276 billion in trade volume by over 45 thousand investors worldwide.

Through its new partnership with JFD Brokers, investors will be armed with top strategies in their portfolio, which can be automatically implemented through the JFD Invest offering.

Both Tradesocio and JFD Brokers are committed to amplifying investments through transparent services and the latest technological advancements in the financial industry.

Wael Salem, CEO of Tradesocio, stated “Our services can be tailor made for specific needs, while the entire process can become extremely convenient for all users. As we move forward, businesses that are unable to provide customised, tech-based solutions run the risk of failure.”

Mr. Salem went on to say that fintech innovations not only benefit investors, but also put the right tools in the hands of service providers. With the fintech revolution, healthy competition will exist between market players, resulting in a thriving financial sector.

Through effective partnerships like the one with JFD Brokers, Tradesocio aims to take this fintech revolution to different parts of the world. Throughout 2018-19, Tradesocio aims to expand its global operations to cities like London and Dubai. It has also been busy recruiting new employees in its offices across Singapore, Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and Cyprus. New products and solutions are also in the pipeline, which will create a stir in the financial sector.

“We want to physically meet and greet clients and potential clients. We want to talk to them, understand their business model and discuss the potential of introducing fintech, which is why our team is spending a lot of time on the ground at expos, seminars, and various shows and events,” CEO Wael Salem added.

The company looks forward to welcoming more brokers, hedge fund managers and investment houses within its ecosystem. To learn more about fintech solutions and to arrange a meeting with the Tradesocio team, visit

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