Abstract：Land-FX, a London-based firm that mostly serves Asian traders, increased its revenue from nearly $0 in 2018 (£65,000) to £470,000 in 2019. The net loss of the corporation decreased from £542,000 in 2018 to £165,000 last year. However, as previously said, the corporation still lost money.
London based Land-FX, which focuses mainly on servicing Asian traders, grew its Revenues from virtually nil in 2018 (£65,000) to £470,000 in 2019. The companys net loss shrunk, from £542,000 in 2018 to £165,000 last year. But as noted the company still lost money.
Land-FX (at website land-fx.co.uk) was established in 2016 by Korean-American entrepreneur Jinsoo (Sean) Park, who had previously resided in Silicon Valley and run a VC-backed mobile games developer called Enders Fund. Mr. Park had also been CEO of a stock trading simulation website called Zoodak.
Land-FXs capital base stood at £386,000 as at year end 2019, with accumulated losses eating into the £1.9 million of capital which Mr. Park has injected into the business to date.
The company had plans to launch an FCA licensed institutional FX arm called Land Liquidity, but it seems that those plans (and the Land Liquidity website) have gone offline, at least for the time being.
The UK company is part of Mr. Parks global Land-FX brand, which includes the land-fx.com offshore site operated by Landprime Ltd. domiciled in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
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