Tickmill, an FCA-regulated provider of foreign exchange and contracts-for-difference (CFDs) services, has added the Thai language to its website. The firm hopes to increase its client base in that country with this move.
With demand for forex trading services increasing in Asia, the addition of Thai should give a boost to the company’s growth prospects in the region.
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The Thai version of the website will give clients access to some of the advanced features and informative sections of the website. It includes 80+ trading instrument across four asset classes (forex, global stock indices, commodities and bonds), a variety of live trading accounts for different investment needs, advanced trading tools, and easy and fast deposit/withdrawal options.
The company commented on the development: “The Thai version of the Tickmill website has been developed accordingly to be accessible, usable and culturally suitable to our Thai-speaking visitors. As with every target market, our aim is to continually offer our Thai Clients a consistently safe trading environment, competitive trading conditions, advanced education and outstanding support to thrive in forex trading.”
Tickmill now provides support in 10 different languages to its clients, and has plans to add more as it strives to meet demand from the competitive European, MENA and Asian markets. Provision of content in local languages has been used by FX brokers as a means of reaching out to clients in developing countries.