Alpari UK launches easy-to-use binary options trading platform

    London, 3 September 2013: Alpari (UK) Limited (“Alpari UK”), one of the foremost global providers of retail online foreign exchange trading, has expanded its product range with the introduction of binary options. Alpari UK’s new web-based binary options platform gives new and experienced traders even more opportunity to take advantage of short and long-term market moves.

    Alpari UK is one of the few global brokers authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) currently offering binary options.

    Alpari UK’s binary options platform is a straightforward platform to access the markets. Traders follow only three steps. Firstly, they choose the financial market (asset) they would like to trade; then they select how long the trade will last (from a variety of timeframes such as 30 seconds, 60 seconds, end of day, end of week and up to one year); and finally they select the amount they would like to trade.

    Daniel Skowronski, CEO of Alpari (UK) Limited, commented, “Our number one focus is to ensure that we continually evolve and enhance our consumer offering. Binary options are the latest addition to our product portfolio and follow on from other recent product launches in 2013 such as our social trading product TraderConnect and VPS.”

    Clients new to Alpari (UK) can open a binary options account by visiting our www.alpari.com/binaryoptions website, whilst existing clients can apply for an additional account via Alpari UK’s account management tool MyAlpari.

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      • David

        That’s good to know that they’re regulated by the FCA. There isn’t enough brokers out there that aren’t governed by any regulatory agency, which is a shame.

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