Vantage FX appoints new country manager for Kazhakstan

Karthik Subramanian

Vantage FX, the multi-asset trading platform for retail and professional traders, has announced the appointment of Anton Tsoy as the new country manager for Kazhakstan as the platform begins to expand into this region which is pretty much underserved.

Due to the proliferation of trading platforms all around the world, we have been seeing that many of the FX platforms are looking to expand into different and new regions as a means of getting in more users into the platform. The prime target for this new expansion has been Latin America and Africa in recent times with some other companies trying a different route and finding regions within Europe and Asia that are under served and which can be used to build a sustained client base. Vantage FX has said that Anton would be tasked to build the platform from the ground up as far as Kazakhstan is concerned, understand the needs of the market, and ensure that the right trading products, customized to their needs, reach the traders in this country.

Anton Tsoy, Country Manager for Kazakhstan at Vantage FX, commented: “Since I entered the space in 2011, I’ve had dreams of establishing a new, customer-centric style of brokerage in Kazakhstan. Vantage FX first got my attention for its impressive footprint of global licenses and notable award wins, but what drew me in was how aligned its approach was with my vision. Unlike most brokers in the region, Vantage offers a fully transparent system of interaction with clients. I’m excited to hit the ground running with Vantage and anticipate exponential growth of our local client base over the next couple of years.”

Kazhakstan does not have much by way of trading services or platforms as the industry is under-served and unregulated as well. This makes it a ripe target for trading platforms and as a company that is regulated and licensed in many regions, Vantage FX would expect to have a big advantage as it tries to expand and grow into this market in the future. It would also hope that the high quality of its services and products would enthuse the traders in the country to try out the platform for their trading and is one of the first regulated entrants into the market in the region, it would be expected to have a distinct advantage in the future as well.


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