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FxPro named "Best MT5 Broker 2015" at prestigious UK Forex Awards

FxPro, a leading forex broker providing competitive spreads and superior execution,  has once again been recognised by the financial services community for the excellence of its trading facilities. The UK headquartered financial services provider won "Best MT5 Broker" at this year's prestigious UK Forex Awards.

 
As usual the ceremony was a night to remember, this year's guests were treated to an intimate evening at a stunning 600 year-old Medieval Crypt in London's Holborn.
 
The highlight of the evening, however, was the event's highly sought after "Forex Provider of the Year 2015" category, in which FxPro overcame stiff competition from rival brokers to emerge as this year's victor. This brings the FxPro's awards tally to an impressive 32 awards, including 12 best broker awards.
 
FxPro CEO, Charalambos Psimolophitis, commented:
 
"We are delighted to receive such accolades at one of the industry's most recognised award ceremonies. It is a testament to the hard work and enthusiasm of our people, who constantly strive to provide our clients with a higher standard of service. Also, to have our MT5 offering recognised so quickly is high praise indeed.  To top it all off, winning Forex Provider of the Year is an achievement that spurs us to serve the best interests of our clients and to continue providing the finest online trading experience in the industry."   
 
Michael Boydell, Managing Director of AJ Bell Media Ltd, commented:
 
"After all that's happened in the financial markets over the past twelve months, FxPro has demonstrated how its interests are aligned with those of its clients.  According to our readers and online subscribers, it continues to offer the best products, services and trading platforms in the retail FX industry."  
 
About FxPro 
 
FxPro is an award-winning FX broker that has its interests aligned with its clients by helping them to become more profitable.  Via its exceptionally deep pool of liquidity, it aims to be the leading provider of online CFD trading solutions for both institutional and retail clients, which it currently serves in over 150 countries with advanced trading platforms and algorithmic tools.
 
FxPro UK Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (registration no. 509956).  FxPro Financial Services Limited is authorised and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (licence no. 078/07).
 
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