The Financial Commission has today gained a further member, adding to the ever-increasing number of FX industry participants demonstrating their support for an impartial dispute resolution service.
RoboForex is the latest company to gain membership, taking the total number of participating brokers to seven, with Alpari, AForex, FXOpen, FXFair, LionStone UK and MFX Broker already on board.
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In welcoming RoboForex’s membership, Peter Tatarnikov, Chairman of the Financial Commission, explained today in a statement on behalf of the organization that, “We are proud to add RoboForex to our growing membership. We feel that RoboForex continues to make strides to provide the best trading experience for their clients which includes their membership and active participation in the Financial Commission.”
Eugene Antokhov, Commercial Director of RoboForex, further added that, “We feel that a transparent trading experience is crucial to assure clients that they are receiving proper trading execution and customer service. By joining the Financial Commission we are just taking one more step to ensuring that our clients are always treated fairly and will get the best possible experience trading with RoboForex.”