Everybody loves getting a bit of recognition for their hard work, even established and respected multi-national companies like Libertex. It shows that the company is on the right track when it comes to transparency and user experience, offering confirmation that customers are satisfied with the service provided. Libertex is no stranger to industry awards, having received more than 40 in its long, illustrious history.
The company marked its 24th anniversary at the beginning of November, with everybody at Libertex celebrating almost a quarter-century of connecting ordinary people with the financial markets. Despite this milestone achievement, Libertex is determined never to take its foot off the gas and to keep innovating for years to come.
Not a bad year for (all) business
A stellar 2020 saw the company receive Best Trading Platform at the European CEO Awards, two landmark awards from Forex Report (Best Trading Platform and Best Broker Europe), as well as yet another Best Trading Platform title, this time, at the World Finance Magazine's 2020 Forex Awards.
The proof is in the prizes
As the company moved into 2021, there was a clear determination to keep this momentum going. It launched a range of initiatives aimed at boosting client satisfaction and loyalty. Libertex added a variety of new CFDs on underlying assets in response to growing popular demand, including options and a wide array of cryptocurrencies. Ever at the forefront of emerging trends in financial markets, the broker also introduced a brand-new, commission-free Libertex Portfolio account to better cater to the needs of the increasingly sizable proportion of market traders interested in steady, long-term investment as opposed to active trading.
Before long, new awards started coming in for 2021 as well: first there was yet another Best Trading Platform Award from Forex Report. Of course that wasn't enough since Libertex was also named Best FX Broker 2021 by the European CEO - proof that, despite all the new asset classes added recently, the company still hasn’t lost touch with its forex roots. Finally, there was the one accolade that Libertex felt particularly proud to win: Ultimate Fintech's 2021 Most Trusted Broker of Europe. This special honour represented the perfect reward for all the company’s client satisfaction efforts over the last few years. With so much hard work put into positioning Libertex as a reliable, client-focused broker this win is really the culmination of those efforts.
When asked what this recognition means to everyone at Libertex, the company's CMO, Marios Chailis, noted, "Needless to say, we were absolutely delighted that we were able to bring our loyal clients some much-needed continuity and reliability during such an uncertain and overwhelming time as the global pandemic. This period saw a massive uptick in the number of people actively trading on financial markets, and competition in the space was nothing short of fierce, which makes it especially humbling to have our brand singled out from the crowd."
On the up and up with Libertex
But Libertex is never happy resting on its laurels, and you can be sure that the company will be right back at it next year as it aims to retain its current titles and claim new wins! Though it already boasts an extensive offering of over 250 CFDs tradable assets — ranging from commodities and forex, all the way to ETFs and cryptocurrencies — Libertex will continue to look to add to its list of instruments in 2022. With the introduction of Libertex Portfolio now also giving clients the opportunity to own stocks, even fractional, of companies such as Apple, Tesla, Google and others, the future sure does look exciting!
Libertex also has some of the lowest commissions available, while also offering tight spreads. With a variety of deposit and withdrawal methods supported, including PayPal, Neteller and Skrill, you're sure to find something to suit you.
Jurisdictional limitations: Libertex Portfolio is not available in the European Union and other restricted countries such as: Russia, USA, Japan, Brazil; countries identified by FATF as high risk and non-cooperative jurisdictions having strategic AML/CFT deficiencies; and countries that are under international sanctions