Windsor Brokers Acquires License from Jordan’s Securities Regulator

With the license, the broker can now execute its strategy to continue its development in the Middle East.

Windsor Brokers, a forex and CFD investment firm, announced Friday that it has been granted a license by the Jordan Securities Commission (JSC) under Seldon Investments Ltd. The license is part of the firm’s strategy to focus on the forex market in the Middle East.

With the acquisition of the new license, the broker can now provide financial services within Jordan’s local markets. As a result, it will focus its attention on boosting investor activity in the country. 

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Windsor Brokers to open a new office in Amman

In the next coming months, the broker will open its office in the capital city of Jordan, Amman. Through the office, the broker will not only focus on Jordan but also look to attract investors from across the Middle East region. According to the statement, it will do this by taking a more local approach.

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Johny Abuaitah CEO of Windsor Brokers
Johny Abuaitah
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Commenting on the announcement, the CEO of Windsor Brokers, Johny Abuaitah, said: “Jordan is part of our global growth strategy, adding value to our credibility, to our professionalism and high-end businesses practices.

“Our office in Jordan aims to provide clients of the Middle East with a 24/5 Arabic customer support and quality services as this region has always represented an important part of our client base”.

With the addition of its license in Jordan, Windsor Broker brands now have three licenses across the world. Windsor Brokers Ltd is regulated in Cyprus and operates under its CySec license. Windsor Brokers BZ Ltd in Belize is licensed by IFSC and Seldon Investments Ltd in Jordan.

The firm, which has been operating since 1988, is based in Cyprus. It offers investors forex and CFD trading on gold, oil, soft commodities, shares, indices and more. Customers from anywhere in the world except the USA, Japan and Belgium can trade on the platform. 

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