Binary options broker Ayrex focuses on Malaysian market

Binary options broker Ayrex focuses on Malaysian market

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Non-authorized binary options brokerage Ayrex said earlier this week it has adopted a more Malaysia-oriented strategy and has launched new trading opportunities for clients in the country.

The broker has launched a version of its website entirely in Malaysian language – both for live and demo trading. As a result, its binary options trading platform is now available in six languages.

In addition, Ayrex clients in Malaysia can now fund their accounts using wire transfers via local banks, including some of the most popular ones – Maybank or CIMB bank.
The broker defined Malaysia as a market where trading on financial markets is very popular, mainly due to the high economic awareness.

“New features were met with an approval by traders and some of them described it as “breakthrough offer for Malaysian traders” and “perfect opportunity to finally get it all”, Ayrex said in a statement.

The broker is also working on more enhancements and trading features to its platform to make trading truly multinational, but it provided no further details.
Ayrex is a brand operated by Advanced Binary Technologies Ltd., a company based in St. Kitts and Nevis. It offers trading in binary options on more than 70 trading instruments, including currency pairs and stocks.

The broker promises profitability of up to 85% on a deposit requirement of a minimum $5. It also offers a free $30 welcome bonus and an honest deposit bonus up to 30%.

The broker has been included in the warning lists of the financial regulators in Australia and Italy for soliciting local investors without being authorized to provide financial services in the countries.

When engaging with unauthorized and non-regulated brokers traders are putting their investments at higher risk. We strongly advise you to only deal with regulated forex and binary options brokers.

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