Forex.com has opened a new office in Latin America that is regulated under the Cayman Islands to take the company's trading capabilities to the next level.
Forex.com, a broker under StoneX Group, has expanded its geographic reach by launching forex and CFD trading services on the Latin American market. Gain Capital, which oversaw Forex.com and City Index brands with stakes in several trading businesses, was acquired by US firm StoneX Group for $236 million in 2020.
As a result, StoneX also eliminated Gain Capital UK and transferred all UK brokerage operations under it to StoneX Financial Limited. Not only in the UK, StoneX also changed the name of Gain Capital Japan Co., Ltd to StoneX Financial Co., Ltd.
Offer Spanish Language Trading Service
Forex.com also offers Spanish-language services in order to be able to serve clients in the region. This service will be regulated by a Cayman Islands license.
Through their social media, the global broker expressed their enthusiasm to expand Latin America in order to introduce the Forex.com brand as well as offer a quality online trading platform to traders in Latin America.
Forex.com also provides more than 80 currency pairs, 15 global indices, and more than 9,000 stock CFDs listed on several global exchanges, in addition to the trading platform which features MetaTrader5 from the popular software MetaQuotes.
Apart from the facilities mentioned above, Forex.com is also one of the few brokers regulated in the United States and Canada while operating in Europe, Japan, and several other global markets.