B2Broker, a global liquidity and technology provider for forex, CFDs, and cryptocurrencies, has opened a new subsidiary in Minsk, the company announced.
After the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus (NBRB) added the firm to its list of forex companies under the name of Prime Brokerage Services Limited (B2Prime), the firm recently announced the setting up of operations in Minsk.
B2Prime is part of the B2Broker group of companies and now allowed to operate in Belarus in accordance with the country’s local legislation.
The office officially opening took place on March 11 and makes a further milestone in the company’s development.
Representatives from the NBRB, the currency and stock exchange, the association of forex brokers, banks, and selected B2Broker clients attended the event, which was hosted by CEO Arthur Azizov, COO Evgeniya Mykulyak, and the Director of the office in Belarus, Valery Rudko.
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The firm, which offers a wide range of solutions for businesses that want to add or expand financial trading services, introduced itself and its products in a series of presentations and discussions.
Introduction to Belarus
The presentations covered an overview of all company products and services, including Liquidity, B2Core (Trader’s Room), B2BinPay, and the firm’s Cryptocurrency Exchange B2BX. They also included areas such as key metrics, plans, and business development.
B2Broker CEO, Arthur Azizov commented, “We are delighted to have obtained our NBRB licence and to have opened a brand new office in Minsk, which rubber-stamps our presence in the region. Our new office is an important part of our strategy to have a presence in Belarus, which falls under the auspices of a recognised and very important license.”
“I am proud to be part of the B2Broker group team and to take the helm here at our new B2Prime Belarus office. I look forward to working towards promoting the company’s presence in Belarus and playing an active role in familiarising clients in this prosperous region with our innovative technology and liquidity solutions, while playing a part in popularising the jurisdiction here,” the Director of the Belarus office, Valery Rudko, added.