The One Financial Markets forex broker opens office in Kuwait, teams up with VI Markets

The One Financial Markets forex broker opens office in Kuwait, teams up with VI Markets

The UK-based forex and CFDs broker One Financial Markets announced the opening of its new office in Kuwait in partnership with the local broker VI Markets.

“One Financial Markets is delighted to further strengthen its longstanding partnership with VI Markets through the joint venture of our new prestigious office in Mazaya Tower, Kuwait City”, commented Ashley Clarke, CEO of One Financial Markets.

One Financial Markets is the trading name of C B Financial Services Ltd. It was established in London in 2007 and is regulated by UK’s regulator the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and South Africa’s Financial Services Board (FSB). The broker offers trade in forex, CFDs on indices, commodities, energies, bonds and futures both to retail and institutional clients. There are a variety of accounts, including a demo account and a DMA account for the professional traders who require direct access to interbank liquidity.  The minimum deposit is $250 (for the standard account) and $10 000 for the DMA account. The trading platform offered by One Financial Markets is MetaTrader4 – mobile, web and application and Tradable (for professional traders). It has wholly owned and affiliate offices throughout the Middle East, Europe, South America and Central and South East Asia.

VI Markets is the brand of Version International Markets. Through its partnership with One Financial Markets, it is offering its products and trading conditions, plus a Sharia-compliant account and 24-hour customer service in Arabic.

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