Tickmill Adds Vietnamese Language to Site, Shoring Up Local Market Presence

Vietnam is the latest country in Southeast Asia to be targeted by Tickmill as it continues to grow its regional

London-based, FCA-regulated retail brokerage Tickmill has once again expanded its market presence in Southeast Asia, this time adding the Vietnamese language to its website. The website upgrade coincides with Tickmill’s expansion into the country, helping better cater to a growing domestic trading base.

Tickmill has been embarking on a broad-based expansion of its services suite in Southeast Asia in 2017. The foreign exchange (FX) and contracts-for-difference (CFDs) services provider has also added the Thai and Korean language to its website earlier this year, to better serve its clientele in both locales.

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Tickmill has clearly identified a growing trend in Southeast Asia, where countries such as Thailand show a healthy appetite for FX and CFDs trading. Indeed, the region boasts a large population and potential for growth, which stands in contrast to most European markets where the market share is already well defined.

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In particular, Tickmill’s Vietnamese website will encompass all the traditional functions and user-friendly interfaces seen on the rest of its platform. This includes a list of over eighty trading instruments, covering a total of six asset classes.

Additionally, Vietnamese traders will be able to sift through Tickmill’s offering via multiple live trading account types, including Classic, Pro, and VIP, all in their native language. Finally, users will also be privy to the same trading tools and rewarding promotions as other regions, with the same deposit and withdrawal options.

The addition of Vietnamese means that Tickmill’s platform now supports a total of eleven different languages. Moving forward, Tickmill will continue to shore up its market presence in Southeast Asia, with its sights already trained on the region in H2 2017. Thus far, the provision of content in local languages has instrumental in reaching out and securing new clients in developing countries.

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