Forex Growth Funds Limited Ltd. Becomes a Tied Agent of FxPro Financial Services Limited
FGF Forex Growth Funds Ltd. is a tied agent of FxPro Financial Services Limited (authorized and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (license no. 078/07).
June 2, 2014 (Newswire.com) - FGF Forex Growth Funds Ltd. and FxPro Financial Services Ltd. (FxPro), have joined forces through a tied agent agreement. The agreement has been authorized by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC), on the 31st of December, 2013, and is regulated under section 40 of the Investment Services and Activities and Regulated Markets Law of 2007 (law 144(l)/2007).
Through the agreement FGF Forex Growth Funds will be introducing prospective retail and institutional clients to FxPro for the purpose of offering the products and services provided by the industry heavyweight. The collaboration will benefit both organizations as it allows them to expand their client base via full transparency, anonymous execution and competitive prices in a no conflict of interest environment.
FGF Forex Growth Funds CEO Charalambos Patatos said the agreement sends a message that the firm is committed and focused on investors' best interests.
Patatos, speaking at the FxPro offices during the signing of the agreement said, "the forex industry is very competitive and clients expect the best from their service providers. This tied agent agreement between FGF Forex Growth Funds and a global leader such as FxPro can enable investors to achieve a fast and reliable order execution, with full transparency and anonymity. Thanks to the broker's agency model of order execution FxPro is able to offer its clients competitive Bid/Ask prices."
FGF Forex Growth Funds Ltd. sports a highly qualified team of professionals with more than 15 years of experience in the Forex, Equity and CFD markets. Foreign exchange is the world's largest and most liquid market with average daily traded volumes growing to more than $5.3 trillion per day therefore all continents remain extremely important.