VT Markets wins 4 more awards including Best Forex Mobile App Global 2022

Rick Steves

“Over the past few months, we have noticed a huge spike in downloads and daily active users on the VT Markets App. Our clients can trade multiple asset classes with ultra-low spreads, and access timely market news on our mobile app.”

VT Markets has won four awards from World Business Stars Magazine in further recognition of the international multi-asset broker’s efforts to provide world class investment products and services for the trading community.

World Business Stars Magazine is a UK-based financial and business publication that honors leaders in the banking, finance, insurance, leadership, technology, telecommunication, transportation, and healthcare industries across the globe.

The FX and CFD broker won in 4 categories namely Best Growing Broker Asia 2022, Best Forex Education Platform Asia 2022, Best Forex Customer Service Europe 2022, and Best Forex Mobile App Global 2022 – VT Markets Mobile App.

Christopher Nelson-Smith, Director of VT Markets, said: “We have always been committed to providing the best customer service, education and support to our clients. This year’s awards are a reflection of our massive efforts to stay on top of our game while providing excellent products and services to traders across different continents.”

“Over the past few months, we have noticed a huge spike in downloads and daily active users on the VT Markets App. Our clients can trade multiple asset classes with ultra-low spreads, and access timely market news on our mobile app. Our team continues to work relentlessly to
improve the user experience and empower our traders with easier access to global markets anywhere, anytime.”

The broker stated that every award and recognition makes it more committed to its goal of providing a better service to its clientele which is spread across 160 countries.

VT Markets added 51 ETFs as it surpassed the 1,000 instrument-offering

VT Markets has recently added 51 ETF (exchange-traded fund) symbols to its multi-asset trading options in order to allow users track the performance of technology, energy, and mining sectors via popular symbols such as BKCH, BLOK, GLD, XLF, and XOP.

The international FX and CFD broker’s newly added ETFs include a variety of trading instruments like stocks, bonds, and indices across multiple industries from different global exchanges.

For instance, the ETFs for the technology sector include iShares U.S. Technology ETF (IYW) and Vanguard Information Technology ETF (VGT). The bond ETFs give traders exposure to a wide selection of bonds diversified by type, issuer, maturity and region, including iShares Core U.S. Aggregate Bond ETF (AGG) and Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF (BND).

VT Markets has recently added a number of US, UK, and EU shares CFDs (contract for differences) to its multi asset trading offering, reaching the milestone number of 1,000 tradeable instruments available on the platform.

The multi-asset broker is regulated by the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) and the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA).

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