Leading German broker FXFlat Bank AG arrives in France

FXFlat Bank SA, leader in multi-asset brokerage based in Germany and regulated by BaFin, is developing in the neighboring country of France in an important step which opens the door to the second largest market in Europe.

“France has become one of the most active countries in terms of trade and the French are one of the most educated investors in Europe. We are ready to meet this strong demand and are very confident that we will meet their sophisticated expectations, ”said Samed Yilmaz, CEO of FXFlat Bank.

FXFlat does not charge any commission on all CFDs

At the helm of the French operation, Raphael Leblond, head of FXFlat France, will lead a team of French collaborators in order to ensure the best customer support to its users.

Raphael Leblond accepted the challenge of leading FXFlat’s French operations after ten years at one of the leading online FX and CFD online brokers in a number of roles, including nearly four years as head of sales and trading.

French FXFlat clients will have access to commission-free CFD trading with FlatTrader platform and product offering includes more than 1,200 instruments, from stocks to indices, forex, metals, commodities and more.

FXFlat has stood the test of time. Founded in 1997, the broker has repeatedly proven its commitment to responsible risk management, quality customer support and a world-class product offering..

Another key factor that could lead many French investors to open an account with FXFlat is the deposit guarantee system of up to € 500,000 in deposits per private and professional client.

The German deposit insurance system provides the basis and offers in the event of insolvency up to 90% of the investor’s claim on securities transactions, up to a maximum of € 20,000.00 per investor. In addition, FXFlat Bank Has purchases separate insurance coverage for their clients, who can cover up to € 500,000.00, if statutory deposit insurance is no longer sufficient.

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