Mon, October 03, 2022

Tickmill Partners with Swiss Football Club Zug 94

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Forex and CFD trading provider Tickmill has announced a partnership with football club Zug 94 based in Switzerland. The partnership is part of Tickmill’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) effort to support local communities by supporting good sportsmanship.

As part of the partnership, Tickmill will provide financial support to Zug 94. In return, the football club will promote Tickmill’s brand to its players, fans, and followers.

Tickmill’s Recent Moves

Tickmill’s partnership with Zug 94 is the latest in a series of recent moves by the CFD provider to expand its business. In December 2021, Tickmill partnered with Small Exchange to offer futures CFDs on products such as stock indices and cryptocurrency equity indexes. 

Additionally, Tickmill recently partnered with TradingView to offer direct market access to five regulated derivatives exchanges: CME,  COMEX, NYMEX, CBOT, and EUREX.

“Our collaboration is a significant step toward providing investors with a simple futures trading experience.,” said Duncan Anderson, CEO of Tickmill UK. 

“It’s exciting to work with Tickmill in providing our clients efficient trading experience. With over 14,000 active users, TradingView offers unparalleled opportunities for traders of all levels. Tickmill is the perfect partner to provide our clients with the world-class trading conditions and service they deserve,” Duncan added.

Tickmill appointed Carla Nemr as the new Chief Business Development Officer in March 2017. Nemr has almost two decades of experience in the online trading industry, and her appointment is part of Tickmill’s efforts to grow its business.

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