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Australian retail Forex broker Pepperstone appears to have not lost any of its ambition to expand globally, in the face of recent issues experienced with its Japanese business. The appetite of the company towards the promising FX markets in the Asia Pacific region is not waning, as the company has just released a dedicated website targeting Thai traders.
The brand new web portal, located at https://pepperstone.co.th/, offers Thai traders full support in their home language, including live chat. To attract its Thai clientele, Pepperstone counts on 70 trading instruments (currency pairs and metals): the latter list includes the USD/THB (US dollar vs Thai Baht) pair, which the company added to its offering in July 2014.
Thai traders also have access to Metatrader 4 (MT4), cTrader and to social trading platform AutoTrade, which is powered by Myfxbook. The maximum leverage is generous at 500:1, with Razor accounts promising spreads starting from 0.1 pips.
The launch of the Thai website comes after recent termination of Pepperstone’s services to Japanese clientele due to restrictions imposed by Australian regulators. The company, however, remains an ambitious player in the Asian markets – it also maintains a dedicated portal in Chinese. In January 2014, Pepperstone set up a website in Russian, which is servicing an FX market with great potential that has yet to be regulated.
To take a look at Pepperstone’s Thai website, click here.