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KCM Trade; The Next Big Player in the Forex and CFDs Space

Kohle Capital Markets, a forex and CFDs brokerage platform licensed in Mauritius, has undergone a rebranding effort, changing its name to KCM Trade. The broker has cited its plans to expand its global presence as the reason behind this strategic move. Ryan Tsui, the CEO of KCM Trade, stated that the rebranding reflects the firm’s commitment to providing exceptional financial services to its clients. He added that the rebranding effort is expected to enhance KCM Trade’s market presence, enable the broker to better serve its clients, and reinforce its position as an industry leader.

In a recent announcement, KCM Trade revealed plans to establish new branches in Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines, in addition to its existing presence in Hong Kong, Thailand, Mauritius, and Australia.

The broker aims to open the Vietnam office by May, while the ones in Indonesia and the Philippines are set to be established in the third quarter of this year. KCM Trade has also expressed its intention to target retail brokerage clients in the Southeast Asian region through seminars, sponsorships, partnerships, and education channels. The expansion effort will be supported by an increase in staff numbers.

KCM Trade’s rebranding and expansion plans are aimed at strengthening its position as a leading player in the industry, while also providing better services to its clients. The broker is confident that the move will enable it to deliver world-class financial services to its clients, as it seeks to grow its market presence across Southeast Asia.

Winning The Global Market

KCM Trade, formerly known as Kohle Capital Markets, began as a liquidity provider for institutional brokers in 2016, serving over 60 traders with mobility. In 2019, it expanded its services to include retail brokerage under the Kohle Capital Markets brand. The platform offers margin forex, shares, indices, and commodities CFD instruments.

KCM Trade currently operates with a Mauritius license and obtained an Australia Financial Services license in 2019. However, it has yet to onboard clients under the AFS license. The broker has recently started trading classes under the Aussie entity. KCM Trade has also hired new staff to strengthen its presence in the Asia Pacific region. Earlier this year, the broker onboarded Tim Waterer as Chief Market Analyst and Jason Lau as Country Manager in Australia.

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