TradeMax Rebrands to TMGM as It Boosts Global Expansion

The brokerage is also expanding its global team and offering services in multiple languages.

Sydney-based contracts for differences (CFDs) brokerage TradeMax has rebranded itself to TMGM, an acronym for TradeMax Global Markets.

This came as the brokerage is expanding its global presence and is eying to operate in multiple international markets by 2020. According to the company, the new name will highlight it as a global brokerage rather than a regional player.

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“The name doesn’t change what we do,” TMGM CEO, Lee Yu said in a statement. “The superior care we give to our clients won’t change with the expansion. It means now we can offer our platform even wider than before, with personalized customer experience from our account managers to our clients always being our first priority.”

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Regulated by both the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and the Vanuatu Financial Services Commission (VFSC), the brokerage offers CFDs trading across seven asset classes including forex, cryptocurrencies, commodities, and equities. According to the broker, it is listing over 15,000 investment products.

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Other than the rebranding, the brokerage is also focusing on strengthening its customer service. Thus, it has expanded its team by including global members to serve its international clients in many local languages.

TMGM chief marketing officer, Angelo D’Alessio is overseeing the broker’s global marketing strategy.

Finance Magnates exclusively reported on D’Alessio’s appointment with the broker last April as he made the switch from IC Markets.

“The rebrand is reflective of the core belief that in a vast and complex industry, they fully cater to each and every investor to drive lucrative investment opportunities,” the brokerage noted.

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