FxPro wins “Best FX Services Provider” award

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Forex Broker FxPro won the Best FX Services Provider award at the City of London Wealth Management Awards. A record number of public votes were cast online.

FxPro recently won the National Public Champion for Cyprus at the European Business Awards. For more details, here is the official press release:

14 March 2014, London. FxPro Group Ltd (FxPro) has won the City of London Wealth Management Award for Best FX Services Provider at a ceremony held in the City of London’s Guildhall on 12th March 2014. The award comes on the back of a very successful 2013 where FxPro received many other prestigious accolades for the hard work it has undertaken to move to a 100% Agency Model FX broker on its Metatrader 4 and cTrader platforms. Since then it has developed an impressive suit of forex trading tools including FxPro Quant, FxPro Library and FxPro SuperTrader. It gets 2014 off to a fantastic start for the leading online forex provider.

“It is a great achievement to have been voted the Best FX Services Provider and received this award at the COLWMA. The recognition is an important step in our drive to see FX as a fully recognised asset class in its own right and our tools aim to make it more accessible for investment purposes.” Charalambos Psimolophitis, CEO at FxPro.

The City of London Wealth Management Awards are unique in that winners are determined by an online public vote through wealthmangementguideuk.com. This year a record number of votes were cast.

“FxPro are to be congratulated on winning the Award for Best FX Service Provider. Their innovative trading tools, in particular their investment platform FxPro SuperTrader, attracted the votes. It’s an impressive achievement when up against many other well-known names within the wealth management industry.” Stephen Pinner, Managing Director at Goodacre UK.

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