IronFX expands in the Far East, opens Philippines office

IronFX earlier this year received FCA regulation in the UK

As part of its ongoing international expansion strategy Cyprus-based retail forex broker IronFX has announced in a press release that it is expanding its operations in the Far East by opening a new office in the Philippines. It has been a year of growth for IronFX – one of the first brokerages to seek the safe haven status of UK’s FCA regulation following the Cypriot debacle in March.

The new office of the company is located in the center of Manila City, inside the BA Leapnto Buiding at Paseo de Roxas Avenue. Things must be going well for Iron FX in the Far East – it is already operating on the ground in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Kuala Lumpur, Ho Chi Minh and Jakarta. IronFX is also regulated by ASIC in Australia. The growing number of customers from the Philippines is the latest reason behind the move and sets the ground for a solid foothold in the region.

For the full press release visit IronFX’s website.

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