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As part of its strategic plans to develop partnership programs and improve its affiliates’ overall experience, global brokerage HYCM introduced an enhanced version of affiliate program HY Affiliates with revamped website (hyaffiliates.com).
Those who choose to cooperate with HYCM and promote their website and services can choose between the following performance-based schemes:
- Rebate on Trading Volume – from $6 to $10 per lot, depending on the accumulated net deposits of active clients;
- Cost Per Acquisition (CPA) – one-time payment for every new client, which vary based on the country from $100 to $1000;
- Revenue share – from 10% to 20% on the net revenue of clients, depending on the total revenue generated per month.
There are no caps on affiliates’ earning potential. Besides, all the above-mentioned schemes provide affiliates with various tools to track the performance of clients, such as real-time data and statistics, performance reports and many other tools, as well as robust back-office reporting system.
“As a multi-regulated broker with 40 years’ experience in the industry, HYCM partners benefit from working with a trusted broker with a solid industry reputation and an unparalleled range of compensation packages,” commented Stavros Lambouris, CEO International for HYCM. “The enhancements we have introduced are designed to offer our affiliates an even better experience, as well as the opportunity to benefit from higher CPA rates,” he added.
HYCM (formerly HY Markets) offers trading in wide range of instruments, including numerous currency pairs, various CFDs on indices, commodities, stocks, precious metals, and Bitcoin, which was launched earlier this month.
Henyep Capital Markets (HYCM) is part of Henyep Group – a major international business conglomerate with businesses in the financial services, property, education and charity sectors. The company has offices in United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Cyprus and Dubai, and is regulated by UK’s FCA, the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission, as well as by Hong Kong’s SFC.