LONDON, December 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
For yet another year, online broker FxPro proudly receives worldwide recognition as a top-class financial service provider after being honoured with major prestigious accolades.
Following months of successful service improvements and product launches, FxPro was named "Best Forex Provider" at the 2015 Investors Chronicle & Financial Times Investment & Wealth Management Awards, making this the second time in as many years for winning the award. FxPro also won the coveted "Best FX Broker" at the 2015 Shares Awards, with this being the third year in a row that FxPro adds this trophy to its growing collection.
FxPro has extensively invested in enhancing trading conditions for clients and in expanding its multi-asset product suite to cater to the needs of more traders. It is therefore doubly rewarding to be recognised as a leading forex broker, since both the Shares Awards and the Investors Chronicle & Financial Times Investment & Wealth Management Awards are voted for by readers.
FxPro CEO, Charalambos Psimolophitis, commented:
"2015 has been a busy year for FxPro with the launch of the new MT5 trading platform, the expansion of our product range and the addition of the new regulatory authorisation in South Africa. It is therefore as much pleasing to receive such accolades as it is to see that we consistently and successfully meet trader demands. We continue to work hard on perfecting the trading environment for our traders and on offering unparalleled levels of service."
Notes to Media
FxPro is an award-winning online broker, serving retail and institutional clients in more than 150 countries. FxPro provides access to competitive pricing and deep liquidity with no-dealing-desk intervention via its advanced trading platforms, superior execution technologies and algorithmic tools.
FxPro UK Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (registration no. 509956). FxPro Financial Services Limited is authorised and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (licence no. 078/07) and by the Financial Services Board (authorisation no. 45052).
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