FXTM courts the emerging Asian markets, adds Urdu, Malay and Thai language support

Retail FX brokerage FXTM has today announced that it has added Urdu, Malay and Thai language support to its website.

With a young and investment-orientated population, Malaysia has become the focus of many FX brokerages recently, whilst Thailand has experienced an advancement in the development of its retail electronic trading sector recently, with MetaTrader 5 having recently become available in the nation, followed by Deputy Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority Peter Pang making a statement in July last year that Thailand has significant potential expansion subsequent to Hong Kong becoming an FX settlement hub.

Urdu is the national language of Pakistan, and the addition of this to FXTM’s website will allow the firm to appeal to an audience of overseas Urdu speakers, notably those working in the United Arab Emirates, where electronic trading is evolving rapidly, as depicted by the success of the Indian Rupee futures contract at the Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange (DGCX).

Head of Customer Relations Division, Valeriya Kolesnik comments: “Having established a global presence in European, Asian and Middle Eastern regions, we’ve made a commitment to make our website available in as many languages as possible. We completely understand that clients prefer to browse their favorite websites in their native language and our aim is to make this a reality for as many of our clients worldwide as we can.”


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