Tickmill Hits Record Volumes in January 2018‎

Tickmill has recently added more languages to its website in a bid to support ‎an increasing client base.

London-based, FCA-regulated retail brokerage Tickmill announced today that record-high volumes were reached in January 2018, buoyed by heightened volatility in addition to strengthening its presence in key global markets, as per a company statement.

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Looking at the specifics, Tickmill reported $110.6 billion in monthly volumes last month, the highest and most impressive figure in the company’s history.

The global ECN broker attributed the outstanding performance to its diversified range of trading instruments, acquisition of CySEC regulated investment firm Vipro Markets, and extensive array operational tools available to its customers and partners.

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Earlier in December, Finance Magnates reported on the broker when it has become an official sponsor of SK Kadrina, a wrestling team from Estonia.

Meanwhile, Tickmill has recently expanded product offering with the addition of CFDs on German government bonds which create the conditions for retail investors to trade the underlying asset with much better control of their exposure to risk margin.

More recent developments have propelled Tickmill’s trading volume to record highs, including its expansion into the institutional sector with the launch of Tickmill Prime, which caters to brokers, banks, hedge funds, money managers and professional traders.

Tickmill has recently added more languages to its website in a bid to support an increasing client base and demand for its online trading services in several regions. The company’s website is now available in more than 12 languages with more in the pipeline, as Tickmill strives to meet the demands of the competitive European, MENA and Asian markets.

The list included Italian, Arabic, German, Korean, Thai and Vietnamese, which were added to the line-up of languages to meet the needs of local clients.

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