CFI Financial revealed to Finance Magnates some of its performance metrics for the first three-quarters of 2022, reporting 94 percent growth in trading volume. It was achieved as the new customer acquisition increased by 155 percent year-over-year, a figure which is similar to the new accounts added in the period.

The number of active accounts of traders on CFI also jumped by 80 percent.

However, the broker neither mentioned the absolute figure of trading volume it handled in the period nor did it reveal the number of new customers it onboarded. The total number of customer accounts on the platform is also unknown.

The demand for the broker’s offerings picked up in the third quarter of 2022, specifically in the month of September, the brokerage detailed.

“First of all, we are very proud of the entire CFI team for the amazing commitment to helping attain breakthrough results this year,” said Hisham Mansour and Eduardo Fakhoury, CFI’s Founders and Managing Directors, in a joint statement.

Growth Plans

The offerings of CFI include trading services with forex and contracts for differences (CFDs) of several other popular asset classes. The operations of the broker are heavily focused in the Middle East with its regulated entities in the United Arab Emirates, Jordan and Lebanon. On top of that, the broker is regulated in the United Kingdom, Cyprus and Mauritius.

Now, CFI has plans for further geographical expansion with the acquisition of new licenses, but it did not reveal the jurisdictions it is going to target. Moreover, the broker will open new offices in MENA, Africa and Latin America.

“We have been investing in technology, human resources, and marketing to support our growth plans. This is something we will continue doing in the coming years, in addition to expanding our presence into new markets while staying focused on bringing a world-class trading experience to our customers,” Mansour and Fakhoury said.

CFI Financial revealed to Finance Magnates some of its performance metrics for the first three-quarters of 2022, reporting 94 percent growth in trading volume. It was achieved as the new customer acquisition increased by 155 percent year-over-year, a figure which is similar to the new accounts added in the period.

The number of active accounts of traders on CFI also jumped by 80 percent.

However, the broker neither mentioned the absolute figure of trading volume it handled in the period nor did it reveal the number of new customers it onboarded. The total number of customer accounts on the platform is also unknown.

The demand for the broker’s offerings picked up in the third quarter of 2022, specifically in the month of September, the brokerage detailed.

“First of all, we are very proud of the entire CFI team for the amazing commitment to helping attain breakthrough results this year,” said Hisham Mansour and Eduardo Fakhoury, CFI’s Founders and Managing Directors, in a joint statement.

Growth Plans

The offerings of CFI include trading services with forex and contracts for differences (CFDs) of several other popular asset classes. The operations of the broker are heavily focused in the Middle East with its regulated entities in the United Arab Emirates, Jordan and Lebanon. On top of that, the broker is regulated in the United Kingdom, Cyprus and Mauritius.

Now, CFI has plans for further geographical expansion with the acquisition of new licenses, but it did not reveal the jurisdictions it is going to target. Moreover, the broker will open new offices in MENA, Africa and Latin America.

“We have been investing in technology, human resources, and marketing to support our growth plans. This is something we will continue doing in the coming years, in addition to expanding our presence into new markets while staying focused on bringing a world-class trading experience to our customers,” Mansour and Fakhoury said.