UF AWARDS APAC 2023 Announces Winners

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

Following a few exciting weeks of anticipation, the UF AWARDS APAC 2023 voting results reveal the best B2B and B2C brands in Asia-Pacific.


A benchmark of excellence in fintech and financial services, the UF AWARDS are some of the most sought-after accolades. Taking this benchmark to the APAC region, the UF AWARDS APAC shine a light of prestige on the most deserving Brokers and B2B market players locally.

Celebrating the highest achievements, growth and top quality standards in this ultra-competitive industry, the UF AWARDS help build trust and raise awareness about the latest developments across all areas of fintech and online trading. The APAC edition of the UF AWARDS saw some of the biggest names in the brokerage and fintech sectors compete in 29 different categories.

Centred on transparency, the voting process was open to the general public. Thousands of votes have been cast, counted and validated, revealing the names of the best Brokers and B2B providers in APAC.

On June 22, fintech and online trading industry leaders prominent in Asia-Pacific convened at Centara Grand & Bangkok Convention Centre in Bangkok’s iconic CentralWorld to take part in the UF AWARDS APAC 2023 ceremony.

Held on the last day of iFX EXPO Asia, the ceremony revealed the winning Brokers and top B2B brands in Asia-Pacific. And the awards go to…

Broker Awards:

Best CFD Broker – APAC: AAAFx
Most Trusted Broker – APAC: Deriv
Most Trusted Broker – ASIA: Hantec Markets
Most Transparent Broker – APAC: FP Markets
Best Trading Conditions – APAC: FxPro
Best Trading Experience – APAC: TMGM
Best IB/Affiliate Programme – APAC: BDSwiss
Best Forex Spreads – APAC: Deriv
Best Trade Execution – APAC: FP Markets
Best Customer Support – APAC: Titan FX
Best Customer Support – AUSTRALIA: Vantage
Fastest Growing Broker – APAC: Trading Pro
Most Reliable Broker – ASIA: Libertex
Best Broker – ASIA: JustMarkets
Best Broker – AUSTRALIA: Vantage
Best Broker – APAC: ATFX

B2B Awards:

Best Trading Platform – APAC: cTrader by Spotware
Best Social Trading Solution – APAC: ZuluTrade
Best Copy Trading Platform – APAC: cTrader by Spotware
Best Fintech AI Solution – APAC: OpixTech
Best Payment Service Provider – APAC: Worldpay from FIS
Best MT4 & MT5 CRM Solutions – APAC: Kangaroo IT Solutions
Best CRM Software Provider – APAC: Techysquad
Best Mobile Trading App – APAC: cTrader by Spotware
Most Diversified Liquidity Provider – APAC: X Open Hub
Best B2B Liquidity Provider – APAC: Finalto
Best Risk Management Solution – APAC: Centroid Solutions
Best Connectivity Provider – APAC: oneZero
Best Bridge Provider – APAC: Centroid Solutions


The UF AWARDS APAC 2023 organiser, Ultimate Fintech, would like to thank all participants and congratulate the deserving winners.

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