GO Markets Operator Launches New FX Brokerage Brand Radex Markets

The broker is operating globally with a Seychelles license.

The group behind the forex and CFDs broker GO Markets has officially launched a new brokerage brand called Radex Markets. 

Registered and licensed as a securities dealer in the Seychelles, the platform is aiming to offer services on a global scale, mostly to emerging countries where it can operate with an off-shore license. It has already commenced its operations.

“Clients are at the heart of everything we do. Our mission is to become the number one trading choice across the board for new and experienced traders,” the broker stated.

Standard Services

Offerings under the new brokerage brand include trading services with forex pairs, metals and CFDs of indices and futures. Trading services are being offered on the industry-standard MetaTrader 4 platform.

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To keep services simple, the broker is offering two account types: one with raw spreads, while the other with standard spreads but without any commission. 

“Clients’ funds will be secured in a trust bank account, and clients will have control of their funds and profits at all times,” the press release shared with Finance Magnates detailed. “In addition to that, clients can gain access to multiple technical analysis tools.”

As seen on the broker’s website, it is planning to offer copy trading services, but details are not available just yet.

Radex Markets is operating as the complementary global brand of the established broker GO Markets, which has been operating since 2009. Headquartered in Melbourne, GO Markets is licensed in Australia, Cyprus and the UAE. Furthermore, the Aussie broker is promoting its brand at a global level with a big-ticket sponsorship deal with the English football club Chelsea.

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