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    VT Markets opens a new office in Malaysia

    Abstract:1 October 2021, SYDNEY AUSTRALIA – VT Markets, one of the leading Forex and CFD brokers in Europe and Asia, today announce that their new office in Kuala Lumpur is now opened, to better meet the increasing needs from Malaysian clients and affiliates.

      VT Markets is a Forex broker that is regulated and authorized in the Cayman Islands. The regulatory agency that controls the services of this Forex broker is the main regulatory agency of the country, called the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority, better known as CIMA.

      This Forex broker is not available in many countries, including The United States, Venezuela, Lebanon, Syria, Ukraine, Russia, and many others. The broker offers more than 100 trading instruments

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      The broker offers a lot of Trading instruments to clients from various location October 2021, in order to expand their services, VT Markets one of the leading Forex and CFD broker In Europe and Asia, decided to possess additional new office which they announced, and had been launched on 1 October, 2021 in Kuala Lumpur and is now opened, to better meet the increasing demands from Malaysian clients and affiliates.

      In the past years, VT Markets has been thriving in Asia, Oceania and Europe. However, the demands for the South-East Asia were plenty and growing. The essence of setting up a local office in Malaysia is to provide better services, expand their scope, and enable new projects. The newly launched office, which includes an experienced sales team and marketing team, is hoping to provide better services, to expand their scope, and enable new projects. The new office will be purposely on assisting with market access and Forex trade services, but mostly investment attraction into VT Market ecosystem, and service local Forex investors and affiliates.

      As Stated by Chris Nelson-Smith, Managing Director at VT Markets, that:

      “they are enlarging globally and with the addition of their newest office in Malaysia they continue to deliver and provide the highest levels of service to their esteem customers while delivering cutting edge technology to enhance their trading experience.”

      Therefore their new office is expected to start in Order to generate more sales and initiate marketing campaigns from the fourth quarter of this month. It will primarily handle customer support and affiliate inquiries from Malaysia and Indonesia region easily.

      About VT Markets

      VT Markets, based in Sydney, Australia, is a subsidiary of Vantage International Group Limited (VIG), and leverages more than 10 years of experience and expertise in global financial markets to offer easy and transparent market access and help our clients pursue their financial goals. Founded in 2016, VT markets has applied advanced technical support in the retail FX market to provide clients with superior trading experience.

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