NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FXDD has been awarded the “Best Forex Broker for Transparency in Europe” at the IAIR Awards in Milan on October 4, 2013. “FXDD received this award for its high level of reliability and excellent customer support, genuine code of ethics and strict adherence to regulatory laws. FXDD’s innovative solutions are a gateway to the Forex market,” stated IAIR President, Mr. Guido Giommi.
More than 400 people attended the event and more than 50 companies, including Royal Bank of Canada, UniCredit and Loomis Sayles, represented Europe, the Middle East and North America to celebrate this prestigious recognition.
This award represents the extraordinary success of this Global Foreign Exchange dealer that considers transparency a core element of its culture that allows it to provide its customers with an optimal trading environment.
“FXDD is committed to the success of its traders and winning this award is a reflection on all the great people at the company that for more than 10 years have been providing customers with outstanding service, educational resources and powerful trading technology,” said John Corbett, Director of Marketing at FXDD.
About FXDD www.fxdd.com
FXDD , one of the leading foreign exchange trading dealers, has its European headquarters in Malta. The company provides access to the foreign exchange market to more than 250,000 live accounts and services individual and institutional traders, hedge funds, commercial entities, brokerage firms, and money managers. FXDD Malta offers 24-hour Forex trading by way of its trading platforms, which include: MetaTrader, PowerTrader, VikingTrader, Mirror Trader, FXDD Swordfish and JForex. To further aid traders, FXDD Malta provides innovative in-depth education including interactive webinars, video courses, and reading materials. FXDD Malta holds a Category 3 Investment Services license issued by the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA). Malta being a full member of the EU, FXDD has passported its services through all European regulators, including the FSA in the UK, AMF in France, Consob in Italy and BAFIN in Germany.