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FXTM’s clients can now use Gold as trading collateral, with optional physical delivery

Global awarding-winning broker FXTM announced on Monday it now offers its clients the opportunity to buy, sell and store physical gold. Furthermore, the monetary value of the gold in a client’s FXTM account can be converted into tradable credit.

 

This new service is in fact the broker’s first initiative of providing products are outside of forex market scope. FXTM expands its offering through BullionVault - one of the world’s largest online Gold investment providers. It is an internet peer-to-peer gold-and-silver-bullion exchange, headquartered in London, UK. Gold in FXTM accounts is stored and delivered by BullionVault. FXTM guarantees the highest levels of security and seamless usability, with the asset being stored inside an insured, high-security Swiss vault in Zurich.

 

We have always tried to diversify our product offering at FXTM in order to cater to the localised needs of investors on a global scale,” said Olga Rybalkina, CEO of FXTM, commenting on the matter. - “After the extreme volatility throughout the financial markets last year, we feel that 2017 comes with new opportunities as we continue to lead the market with innovative concepts and focus on a client-centric service, with the aim of providing flexibility to investors at all different levels of experience,” she added.

 

Here is an exhaustive list of the countries where the gold delivery is available: the UK, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Finland, Germany, Republic of Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Gibraltar, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Australia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, and the UAE.

 

The FXTM brand provides international brokerage services and gives access to the global currency markets, offering trading in forex, precious metals, Share CFDs, ETF CFDs and CFDs on Commodity Futures on both MT4 and MT5.

 

Learn more about FXTM’s new gold offering here.

 

ForexTime Limited, doing business as FXTM, is a global and award-winning broker with clients from over 180 countries. It is licensed and regulated by the Cyprus Commodities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) as a Cypriot Investment Firm. What is more, the broker got is licensed by the Financial Services Board (FSB) of South Africa previous year. In 2016 FXTM has also set up a London-based unit

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