SpotOption Opens a London Office to Focus on Regulated Trading14th June 2016
SpotOption in London
The binary options provider has opened its third global location with focus on client services and a push for regulated
One of the biggest binary options platform providers in the industry has opened its third location globally. After successfully establishing an office in Hong Kong, the company has now committed to another major financial center. Located at the heart of the financial district in the U.K. capital, the office of SpotOption will be focusing on servicing European clients.
The latest effort is a push from the company to onboard more regulated companies as clients and to increase the company’s footprint in the European Union. The Royal Exchange building will be housing SpotOption sales and client services in the UK.
The operations are starting with about 10 employees who will be servicing clients that have the appropriate licences to operate in Europe. Mybe they decided to start a close relationship with FCI ?
The new SpotOption in London opening comes after the company marked a successful development in the business relations between the company and its Asian clients. The exposure of the company to the market has been greatly helped by the physical location in Hong Kong and the firm is aiming to replicate this model in London.
Commenting on the news, the founder of the company, Pini Peter, said: “Our SpotOption in London office was the necessary step in SpotOption’s realization of our vision – to expand globally and bring regulated trading to the masses.”
As we understand, SpotOption in London office decided to conquer the world of Binary Options Trading. Let us remind you that SpotOption started its business in Israel, provide services for not regulated binary options brokers. Then SpotOption opened an office in Cyprus and now it the turn of London. They have already made on marketing project for binary options. With the income from the binary options service and handing them to rent.
ha ha. After CySEC banned the use of call centers, because they make aggressive sales, it will soon be closed office SpotOption in London