ThinkMarkets Launches Arabic Website, Catering to Growing MENA Client Base

ThinkMarkets Arabic website will feature the ThinkTrader platform, kicked off with a live seminar in Dubai this month.

ThinkMarkets, a multi-asset brokerage offering foreign exchange (FX), contracts-for-difference (CFDs), and metals products, has launched a new Arabic website, helping to cater to its Arabic speaking clientele in one of its fastest growing regions, according to a ThinkMarkets statement.

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The new website features a wide array of ThinkMarkets capabilities, including its ThinkTrader platform, a multi-asset and multi-device trading solution. The decision to extend its offering to the Arabic FX trading community helps keep up with the group’s strong growth in the region, which includes the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

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The group’s foray into the Arabic FX trading community will also see the holding of a seminar at Bloomberg Dubai this month to present on Global Trends in the financial services community and global markets. Together with the launch, ThinkMarkets is looking to better handle clients in the region.

Nauman Anees
Nauman Anees

According to Nauman Anees, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and co-founder, in a recent statement on the group’s Arabic launch: “We are very excited to be announcing the launch of our Arabic site as it builds upon our ongoing commitment to offer the highest standard to our clients.”

“The MENA region is one of the fastest growing with key economies in the GCC and North Africa, such as Egypt, ThinkMarkets is keen to expand its offerings,” he added.

“ThinkMarkets is already well established and well known in the MENA region and we believe by offering our solutions in the local language we can provide a better unified service to clients,” reiterated Faizan Anees, Director and co-founder at ThinkMarkets, in an accompanying statement.

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