Tickmill, a UK forex and contract for difference (CFD) trading provider, has announced its partnership with Zug 94, a football club based in Switzerland.

The CFD provider made the announcement on Friday in a post on its official LinkedIn page.

Tickmill said the corporate social responsibility (CSR) effort is “showing support for local communities by supporting good sportsmanship.”

Tickmill’s Recent Moves

The new partnership comes after Tickmill recently expanded its trading offerings with new CFDs. Tickmill added new trading instruments to its extensive offering on MT4.

As a result of Tickmill’s recent partnership with Small Exchange, a futures exchange acquired by Crypto.com in December 2021, its clients can now trade futures CFDs on products such as stock indices and cryptocurrency equity indexes.

Additionally, Tickmill recently partnered with TradingView, a web-based charting platform and social network, to offer direct market access to five regulated derivatives exchanges: CME, NYMEX, COMEX, CBOT and EUREX.

The integration was geared at enabling Tickmill clients to execute trades directly from TradingView charts.

“Our partnership comes as the next logical step in providing traders with a seamless Futures trading experience,” the CEO of Tickmill UK, Duncan Anderson said in a statement.

“At the start of the US session, TradingView has a staggering 14,000 simultaneously active users. With such a large client base, it makes sense that we provide our clients with the opportunities afforded to users of TradingView, coupled with the exceptional trading conditions that only Tickmill can offer,” Anderson added.

As part of efforts to grow its business, which saw an uptick of 6% in its 2020 revenue, Tickmill appointed Carla Nemr as its new Chief Business Development Officer.

Nemr, who has almost two decades of experience, was the Regional Sales Manager at Amana Capital, a specialist in online trading, before joining Tickmill in March 2017.

Tickmill, a UK forex and contract for difference (CFD) trading provider, has announced its partnership with Zug 94, a football club based in Switzerland.

The CFD provider made the announcement on Friday in a post on its official LinkedIn page.

Tickmill said the corporate social responsibility (CSR) effort is “showing support for local communities by supporting good sportsmanship.”

Tickmill’s Recent Moves

The new partnership comes after Tickmill recently expanded its trading offerings with new CFDs. Tickmill added new trading instruments to its extensive offering on MT4.

As a result of Tickmill’s recent partnership with Small Exchange, a futures exchange acquired by Crypto.com in December 2021, its clients can now trade futures CFDs on products such as stock indices and cryptocurrency equity indexes.

Additionally, Tickmill recently partnered with TradingView, a web-based charting platform and social network, to offer direct market access to five regulated derivatives exchanges: CME, NYMEX, COMEX, CBOT and EUREX.

The integration was geared at enabling Tickmill clients to execute trades directly from TradingView charts.

“Our partnership comes as the next logical step in providing traders with a seamless Futures trading experience,” the CEO of Tickmill UK, Duncan Anderson said in a statement.

“At the start of the US session, TradingView has a staggering 14,000 simultaneously active users. With such a large client base, it makes sense that we provide our clients with the opportunities afforded to users of TradingView, coupled with the exceptional trading conditions that only Tickmill can offer,” Anderson added.

As part of efforts to grow its business, which saw an uptick of 6% in its 2020 revenue, Tickmill appointed Carla Nemr as its new Chief Business Development Officer.

Nemr, who has almost two decades of experience, was the Regional Sales Manager at Amana Capital, a specialist in online trading, before joining Tickmill in March 2017.