AvaTrade, a retail trading broker, revealed exclusively to Finance Magnates this Monday that it has opened a new office, this time in Warsaw, Poland as part of its international expansion plans.
AvaTrade’s international presence includes offices in Dublin, Milan, Tokyo and Sydney. According to the statement provided to Finance Magnates the establishment of its office in Poland is a significant step forward in the broker’s aim to accommodate the needs of traders internationally.
The new office means that the CFD broker can now offer a localised trading experience to its clients based in Poland, which includes customer support in their native language and being regulated locally.
Leading the new office will be Patryk Schulmeister, who holds the position of Branch Manager. He takes on this role with more than a decade’s worth of experience in the online media, marketing and sales.
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Commenting on the new office, Dáire Ferguson, CEO at AvaTrade, said in the statement: “AvaTrade is committed to empowering people from across the globe to trade in a safe, innovative and reliable environment.
“The opening of our Polish office will see local traders benefit from a richer trading experience, backed by our best-in-class service, dedicated support and custom-made solutions to fit their trading requirements in their local language. Under Patryk’s direction, I have no doubt this new endeavour will see our Polish business go from strength to strength.”
AvaTrade global expansion
The new office in Poland follows on from AvaTrade recently opening in Abu Dhabi. As Finance Magnates reported exclusively, the broker secured a full Category 3A licence (No. 190018) from the Abu Dhabi Global Markets (ADGM) Financial Regulatory Services Authority (FRSA).
“I am thrilled to be leading AvaTrade’s Polish branch and very much look forward to contributing to the business’s growth here in Warsaw,” added Schulmeister in the statement. “Given AvaTrade’s success across the globe, I have no doubt its products will resonate similarly in Poland and anticipate an exciting year ahead.”