Welcome to South Africa – Eurotrader Gets the Greenlight
Eurotrader, which specializes in foreign exchange and stocks, is based in Marshall Island. Now, however, they have an office in Johannesburg and can operate legally under the South African Financial Services Board (FSB).
Johannesburg’s main exchange, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), welcomed Eurotrader’s move to gain entry into their region.
The company provides a platform for safe online trading, as well as an array of tools to help users trade in stocks and currencies – from equities, currencies and fixed income instruments to ETFs and options.
The license allows access to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), the largest stock exchange in Africa, according to the broker’s official report.
Users will be able to trade with local brokers online through Eurotrader’s website. The site has gathered for itself a huge following. It consists of registered customers globally and trades in multiple currencies and countries.
The Eurotrader Group’s newly acquired license will allow the group’s brokerage to continue expanding in South Africa.
The company is focusing on maximizing long-term value with its investments and intends to make sure that it can support successful trading for all of its customers by partnering with other companies as well.
The Eurotrader Group announced their latest licensing acquisition from the South African Regulator – and, this time they have licensed their locally formed entity, Eurotrade SA (Pty) LTD., enabling them to expand even further into South Africa.
Services under the new entity will be offered from a newly acquired domain – eurotrader.com. So far, Eurotrader’s acquisition has been successful due to its rebranding efforts. The brokerage license and website only cost them 40% of what providers offer for their services.
If anything, the rebranding aimed at providing better services to the broker’s clients and customers alike. And, of course, it also meant better numbers, viewing from a business perspective. A classic example of hitting two birds with one stone.
The just-released innovative version of their website will make copy trading even easier by allowing users to view and manage other users’ profiles.
The company has strived to create features for both individual and institutional investors as well as provide account management systems so their clients can trade on multiple platforms simultaneously all at once from one account – which is now possible thanks to EuroTrader’s newest update!
If there’s a broker competitors should watch out for then it’s Eurotrader. They are quickly becoming Europe’s sweethearts due to their industry-leading pricing and near-negligible fees.
They offer a wide variety of trading services, including contracts for difference (CFDs) in forex, cryptocurrencies, indices, commodities, and shares; this allows clients around the globe from all walks of life unparalleled access to profitable investments.
And, if you thought Eurotrader was done, well, think again.
The broker is adding stocks from the US, UK, and European markets to its offerings in order to increase its customer appeal. The company will also be allowing for fractional shares trading which allows them better access to retail traders.
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