RaiseFX Expands Presence with New Offices in Beirut

by Tareq Sikder
  • The firm aims for the new offices to serve as a hub for collaboration.
  • It is expanding into new regions, including Asia, Africa, the Middle East, LATAM.
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RaiseFX, a financial services provider, has officially inaugurated its new offices in Beirut, Lebanon. According to RaiseFX, the decision to establish offices in Beirut reflects its commitment to better serve its clients by providing localized support and financial solutions to individuals and businesses in Lebanon and neighboring regions.

RaiseFX's New Beirut Offices

Beyond a physical presence, the new offices in Beirut will function as a center for collaboration. RaiseFX recognizes the importance of creating an environment that encourages the development of new financial strategies and solutions. With a team of professionals and its infrastructure, these offices will provide a space for problem-solving and the creation of financial solutions.

RaiseFX Expands Operations into New Regions

RaiseFX is expanding its operations into new regions across Asia, Africa, the Middle East, LATAM (Latin America), and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), as stated in a report by Finance Magnates. This strategic move coincides with the growth of its trading community, now surpassing 50,000 active traders who collectively generate more than USD $20 billion in monthly trading volumes on the MetaTrader 5 (MT5) platform.

David Bottin, CEO of RaiseFX
David Bottin, the CEO of RaiseFX, Source: LinkedIn

In an official statement, the company highlighted MT5 as the preferred choice for traders seeking flexibility due to its charting tools, algorithmic trading functionalities, backtesting capabilities, and one-click trading features.

David Bottin, the CEO of RaiseFX, emphasized the company’s obligation to improve trading conditions for its traders. He noted that their expansion into various asset classes in MT5 was a step in response to traders worldwide facing challenges like poor trading conditions and a lack of customer support from their brokers.

RaiseFX has recently acquired new licenses as part of its expansion efforts, including the Category 1 Financial Services Provider license from the Financial Sector Conduct Authority in South Africa.

Since its 2022 launch, RaiseFX has not only integrated with the MT5 platform but has also bolstered its leadership by appointing Dany Mawas as its Chief Commercial Officer. The company has additionally expanded its presence in several African countries and is targeting further expansion in the Nigerian market.

MT5 has become a chosen platform for many brokerage firms. Both MT4 and MT5 are online trading platforms developed by MetaQuotes. While MT4 primarily focuses on online forex trading, MT5, introduced later, provides access to an array of CFD markets, including stocks, indices, commodities, futures, and energies.

RaiseFX, a financial services provider, has officially inaugurated its new offices in Beirut, Lebanon. According to RaiseFX, the decision to establish offices in Beirut reflects its commitment to better serve its clients by providing localized support and financial solutions to individuals and businesses in Lebanon and neighboring regions.

RaiseFX's New Beirut Offices

Beyond a physical presence, the new offices in Beirut will function as a center for collaboration. RaiseFX recognizes the importance of creating an environment that encourages the development of new financial strategies and solutions. With a team of professionals and its infrastructure, these offices will provide a space for problem-solving and the creation of financial solutions.

RaiseFX Expands Operations into New Regions

RaiseFX is expanding its operations into new regions across Asia, Africa, the Middle East, LATAM (Latin America), and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), as stated in a report by Finance Magnates. This strategic move coincides with the growth of its trading community, now surpassing 50,000 active traders who collectively generate more than USD $20 billion in monthly trading volumes on the MetaTrader 5 (MT5) platform.

David Bottin, CEO of RaiseFX
David Bottin, the CEO of RaiseFX, Source: LinkedIn

In an official statement, the company highlighted MT5 as the preferred choice for traders seeking flexibility due to its charting tools, algorithmic trading functionalities, backtesting capabilities, and one-click trading features.

David Bottin, the CEO of RaiseFX, emphasized the company’s obligation to improve trading conditions for its traders. He noted that their expansion into various asset classes in MT5 was a step in response to traders worldwide facing challenges like poor trading conditions and a lack of customer support from their brokers.

RaiseFX has recently acquired new licenses as part of its expansion efforts, including the Category 1 Financial Services Provider license from the Financial Sector Conduct Authority in South Africa.

Since its 2022 launch, RaiseFX has not only integrated with the MT5 platform but has also bolstered its leadership by appointing Dany Mawas as its Chief Commercial Officer. The company has additionally expanded its presence in several African countries and is targeting further expansion in the Nigerian market.

MT5 has become a chosen platform for many brokerage firms. Both MT4 and MT5 are online trading platforms developed by MetaQuotes. While MT4 primarily focuses on online forex trading, MT5, introduced later, provides access to an array of CFD markets, including stocks, indices, commodities, futures, and energies.