BDSwiss announces a 217% YoY increase in trading volume during 2019

BDSwiss Group has released its key 2019 achievements and metrics during its 7th annual kick-off meeting in Limassol, Cyprus. The company has also announced its collective vision on future performance and further business expansion to new and existing regions.

With a database of more than 1.2 million registered users, BDSwiss has upped its expansion efforts in 2019 by inaugurating 5 new offices in regions including South East Asia and Latin America, while also nearly doubling its global workforce to accommodate the notable influx in the number of active traders. More specifically, there was a 225% increase in the total number of active traders in 2019, while the Group reported seeing a 217% increase in trading volume during 2019, in comparison to 2018. According to data presented, the Group’s partner network also significantly expanded with an increase of 70% in Affiliate and IB partners.

As for the year ahead, BDSwiss’ 2020 plans focus on global expansion through a multi-step process. Starting from the employee level, the company has committed to invest in continuous training, career development and interdepartmental communication which will lead to improved workflows and operational excellence. On a larger scale, the Group plans to further extend its partner network through competitive payouts and a highly localised approach.

BDSwiss releases a 225% increase in the total number of active traders in 2019

BDSwiss Group CEO, Alexander W. Oelfke commented during the meeting:

2019 was our year, we’ve seen immense growth and expansion and we couldn’t have done it without the dedication, loyalty and commitment of our global teams and partners. Our stellar performance in 2019 reinforces that we are on the right trajectory – taking full advantage of our company’s strengths and strong partner arsenal to push for further expansion and establish BDSwiss as one of the leaders in its field, as well as diversify our services and products on a Group Level.

More details from the meeting can be seen in the video below:

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