Retail Forex broker EXNESS today reiterated its position as an FX industry leader in transparency by publishing a report by Deloitte on its second-quarter financial and operating metrics.
The report by one of the biggest auditors globally confirmed the volumes growth data and, in particular, the string of trading volumes records EXNESS has seen this year.
But let’s examine the particular numbers. The report for the second quarter of this year confirms:
- Total trading volumes: $660.5 billion;
- Total agents’ commissions: $9.6 million;
- Total clients’ withdrawals: $63.2 million.
The second quarter of this year has seen the firm’s trading volumes surpass $660 billion, an increase of $111 billion from Q1 2015. These numbers place EXNESS alongside some of the biggest firms in the industry.
EXNESS saw its trading volumes reach $232 billion last month, surpassing the previous record of $217.63 billion set in May.
Client withdrawals, which often represent profits taken by traders, stood at $63.2 million over the last quarter, marking an increase of 26% from Q1 2015.
George Tsaparillas, Director of Global Strategy and Business Development of EXNESS, commented:
“Our continued strong performance this year is built on a foundation of trust and recognition from our clients. The increasing numbers of people who are looking to our platform is testament both to our diverse product offering and ongoing commitment to transparency in trading.”
To view the announcement by EXNESS on the performance metrics, click here.
To view the report by Deloitte, click here.