GBE Brokers has expanded its offering with a new selection of contracts-for-difference (CFDs), including sixty-five US and European stocks. The newly augmented offering features leading tech companies and other market mainstays, helping expand trading capabilities for its clientele.
The group’s expansion of its product line is the result of client demand. With markets operating close to all-time highs, the desire to garner exposure to many of these companies is an enticing prospect for clients.
“As we’re in constant contact with our clients, we’re able to know what they’re looking for when it comes to trading with us. A large portion of our client-based asked us to add a Share CFD offering, and as we’re in a position that allows us to listen to their needs, we acted immediately, adding 65 exciting Share CFDs,” explained Jaymes Payten, Global Head of Marketing and Communications at GBE Brokers.
In particular, the offering will include sixty-five US and European-based Share CFDs, including companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, and others. GBE Brokers’ clients will be able to trade the new share CFDs without registering a new trading account with the company, which will be made available within the group’s MT4 platform with immediate effect.
GBE Brokers’ Head of Brokerage, Valantis Charalambous, commented to Finance Magnates: “New product offerings such as the introduction of Share CFDs, demonstrate our continuous development towards offering our clients greater access to more products in the financial industry.”
“We will continue to offer our clients the best service possible and expand our product list even further in the near future. The sixty-five Share CFDs are only the beginning, and it’s our plan to expand on them soon,” he added.
GBE Brokers has been aggressively strengthening its comprehensive offering in H2 2017. Earlier this year, the group launched a prime of prime offering, GBE Prime, which has since focused exclusively on providing liquidity to brokers and white label clients. Back in June, GBE Prime launched with three major server sites, located at Equinix data centres in London (LD4), New York (NY4) and Tokyo (TY3).