Orbex partners with Ajiad Securities to offer trading services on international markets in Jordan

CySEC regulated online forex broker Orbex has announced that it held its partnership ceremony at the Hotel Le Grand, Amman, Jordan, where several prominent figures representing the Jordanian Securities Commission (JSC), traders, and experts in the field of trading attended.

As an international forex broker, the partnership with Ajiad Securities will enable access to trading services across international markets to Jordan. The company has stated that following the introduction of new legislation in Jordan the partnership will enable complete access to previously unobtainable markets.

Opening the ceremony and speaking to the attendees was the Director General of Ajiad Securities, Mr. Muhannad Kabbaja who stated his “pride to work with a firm that has extensive experience in serving its traders responsibly. We are extremely grateful to those that have enabled this partnership to become a reality. Specifically, the JSC, who are setting the highest standards, keeping pace with the latest developments in the industry and holding investor protection as their highest priority.”

Abdallah Abbas Orbex

Abdallah Abbas, Orbex

Abdallah Abbas, Orbex CEO addressed the group as well:

This launch is in tune with our ambitious plans to become a broker of choice for traders worldwide. We believe in providing our clients with the best possible trading conditions in order to take advantage of financial markets across the globe. We endeavour to provide a service where access to a multitude of markets can be suited to every individual trader.

Lana Al Nisour, the head of the licensing department and Khaled Jabr, head of the disclosure department at the JSC stated they are “proud to be a part of approving Ajiad Securities, the first company licensed to deal in foreign exchange, in Jordan”.

Following the speeches, a widely accredited expert in the financial markets, Mr. Ashraf Laidi, took to the stage to present a lecture concerning ‘Gold between the currency war and the challenges of digital currencies’.

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