ZuluTrade Crowned ‘Best Social Trading Solution – APAC’

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

Finvasia’s leading copy trading platform ZuluTrade distinguished with the highest UF AWARD for social trading providers in Asia-Pacific

A name that has held the front page for years with its innovative social trading platform, ZuluTrade, is on an award-winning streak. The ‘Best Social Trading Solution – APAC’ from the UF AWARDS marks yet another important milestone for the company, which provides an all-inclusive financial ecosystem encompassing manual, social and copy trading, placing it in a stronger position across Asia-Pacific.

Not long ago, the social trading firm of Finvasia Group won ‘Best Wealth Management Platform Africa’ from the Financial Achievements in Markets Excellency Awards and before that, ‘Best Social Trading Solution – MEA’ at UF AWARDS MEA 2023. 

“We are honoured to receive this distinction. The ‘Best Social Trading Solution – APAC’ award is a testament of our consistent efforts to push the boundaries of social and copy trading forward,” said Tajinder Virk, ZuluTrade CEO.

Aiming to build a community-driven social trading and wealth management ecosystem, ZuluTrade distinguishes itself as one of the most innovative social trading solutions. Through its integration of diverse trading platforms, including MetaTrader 4, MetaTrader 5, ActTrader and more recently, X Open Hub and Match-Trader, ZuluTrade facilitates the copy trading and strategy development experience. 

Being completely broker and platform-agnostic, ZuluTrade allows Investors to easily connect their existing trading accounts, open new ones and start copying the strategies of top Leaders, regardless of the platform or broker they have an account with. Introducing this capability to the social trading space, ZuluTrade ushers in a new era for copy trading.

The company’s latest win in Asia-Pacific underpins its endeavours in the region, empowering it to bring its novel copy and social trading solution to a broader local audience. After making its mark in the Middle East and Africa, ZuluTrade moves forward to winning the hearts and minds of Investors and Leaders/Strategy Developers in Asia, and the latest accolade reinforces its footprint in the area.

Boasting one of the largest social trading communities worldwide and counting several regulations across different jurisdictions, including Greece, Japan, Mauritius and South Africa, ZuluTrade is a global social trading powerhouse, outranking numerous of its competitors. With a rich offering and a pipeline full of exciting releases, the company looks forward to an exceptionally bright future.

“This award not only strengthens our position in Asia-Pacific, but it also fuels our desire to continue innovating, as we aim to simplify the social trading experience,” Mr Virk added.

*Trading in financial instruments involves significant risk of loss.

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