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Gulf Brokers expands services to Nigeria, offers diversified services

Gulf Brokers expands services to Nigeria, offers diversified services


By Yusuf Yunus

A stockbroking firm, Gulf Brokers, says it has expanded its services to Nigeria and promised to offer diversified services in the country.

The firm’s financial analyst, Mr KP Syam, said in a statement on Tuesday in Lagos.

Syam said that the company offers services in multiple languages and just added Nigeria to its portfolios.

He said the firm understands the need for a local service in trading financial instruments and assets, and constantly striving to develop its business activities in numerous countries around the world.

According to him, those countries are where Gulf Brokers Ltd. is regulated under the licence by financial services authority.

“Our efforts to bring the best products to our clients was fructified by the ‘Best Broker Mobile Application’ Award at the prestigious event held in December,” he said.

Syam noted that the award added to the variety of awards, appreciating reliability and quality of the firm’s services.

“We, definitely,  don’t stop there. We are constantly striving to move forward and keep up with innovations in order to provide our clients with the best services,” said Syam.

He said that the mobile way of life had already and entirely overtaken online investing and selling financial assets.

“Our company operates in multiple languages, and I am happy we are recently able to add Nigeria to our portfolio.

“As we believe in localisation and human touch while providing sophisticated digital services, we serve our customers in their language and make them feel at home, hence our global presence with offices worldwide,” Syam said.

He said that clients of Gulf Brokers can choose from over 1,000 trading instruments.

According to him, the physical shares make it possible to find a range of Contract For Difference (CFD) instruments on offer, which also allows leverage.

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