Tickmill has announced that it has become an official sponsor of SK Kadrina, a wrestling team from Estonia. SK Kadrina recently participated in an international wrestling tournament in Arad, Israel, during the first week of November.
The competition attracted hundreds of wrestlers from around the world, who came together to display their wrestling skills. Several SK Kadrina team members performed impressively, finishing as high as second place in their respective weight class.
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The firm attributes its decision to sponsor the wrestling team to a shared “passion for excellence” and commitment to “achieving the best possible result in their respective fields.”
Tickmill issued a statement on its website addressing the recent sponsorship agreement: “In the world of Forex trading, just like in wrestling, one requires a great deal of discipline, resilience and persistence in order to succeed. As a company that was built from traders for traders, we know well what traders need to succeed and we provide them with the right tools and resources to achieve their full potential in what they do best. In the same way, we are committed to supporting highly talented athletes and their teams, giving them wings to achieve even higher goals.”
Tickmill Introduces Bitcoin CFDs
Tickmill is a London-based “brokerage firm, offering contracts for difference on Forex, precious metals, stock indices, bonds and cryptocurrencies.” The company just recently entered the cryptocurrency market, when it implemented CFDs on Bitcoin in October of this year. The crypto CFDs were opened for trading with a maximum leverage of 1:20. On its website, Tickmill emphasizes its high level of transparency. It is noteworthy that the brokerage is regulated by both the FCA and FSA. The company received its FCA regulation more than a year ago, in a move that enabled the firm to expand its operations to the UK.
Tickmill remains focused on the future and its path to success as we approach 2018. Last week, the global brokerage hired Carla Nemr to head its Business Development team in an effort to improve results as it embarks on the challenges ahead in a very competitive market.