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FTMarkets Trading Platform officially launched in Vietnam

FTMarketsLondon-based FTMarkets, a foreign exchange founded in 2005, officially launched its trading platform in Vietnam enabling the citizens of the country to download applications and conduct foreign exchange transactions.

FTMarkets offers investors MT4 and APP platforms for trading and, doesn’t charge customers for technical analysis functions. It’s APP platform shows global financial information and real-time information from major domestic and foreign financial websites can be seen. Investors benefit from the trading opportunity provided in a rapidly changing market.

The entry into the Vietnam market has customized the interface for Vietnamese users from the APP and has also targeted Southeast Asian trading habits, thereby allowing users to set up their own trading user-friendly interface.

The organization has branches and offices in London, Hong Kong, New York, among other places globally. FTMarkets has hundreds of professional analysts and consultants, more than 300 professional and technical personnel, and a total staff of over 1,000.

Earlier in January, Mumbai-based EbixCash, a financial exchange in India, had been appointed as an exclusive partner by Dallas headquartered MoneyGram, which is a global provider of money transfer services. The alliance will allow EbixCash customers to access the MoneyGram platform for receiving remittances from individuals around the world.

Presently, FTMarkets has US $2 billion of capital support, 500 million transactions, and utilised by 4 million users. The platform is supervised and regulated by the National Futures Association (NFA). It is also regulated by the Australian ASIC.

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