VT Markets Expands Global Presence with a New Office in Malaysia

VT Markets, one of the leading global FX and CFD brokers, announced today that the company has opened a new office in Malaysia to expand its global presence. The newly opened office in Kuala Lumpur will support regional clients and affiliates.

In an official announcement shared with Finance Magnates, VT Markets mentioned that the new office includes an experienced sales and marketing team. The broker aims to support the company’s clients and affiliates through improved services.

VT Markets outlined that the new office is expected to start to generate sales and initiate marketing campaigns from the fourth quarter. The Kuala Lumpur office will mainly handle customer support and affiliate inquiries from Malaysia and Indonesia.

Commenting on the recent opening and the global expansion of the company, Chris Nelson-Smith, Managing Director at VT Markets, said: “We are expanding globally and with the addition of our newest office in Malaysia we continue to deliver the highest levels of service to our customers while we deliver cutting edge technology to enhance their trading experience.”

Global Expansion

VT Markets has expanded its services significantly in the last few years amid a surge in demand for financial trading products. Founded in 2016, VT Markets is based in Australia. VT Markets is a subsidiary of Vantage International Group Limited (VIG). The company offers various services to provide clients with a superior trading experience.

“In the past seven years, VT Markets has been thriving in Asia, Oceania and Europe. However, the demands for South-East Asia were plenty and growing. The purpose of setting up a local office in Malaysia is to provide better services, expand our scope and enable new projects. The new office will be focused on assisting with market access and Forex trade services, but mostly investment attraction into VT Market ecosystem, and service local Forex investors and affiliates,” VT Markets mentioned in the press release.

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