MIG Bank Announces the Opening of Its Representative Office in Hong Kong
MIG Bank, a leading Swiss bank providing online trading services for private and institutional clients today announced the opening of a representative office in Hong Kong. The opening of this office brings MIG Bank closer to its clients and business partners in Asia and represents a first step of the Bank’s planned growth in this strategically important region. In accordance with local regulations, the representative office will be able to market the Bank’s banking services in Hong Kong and function as a liaison between the Bank and its local customers.
Hisham Mansour, Chief Executive Officer of MIG Bank (Photo: Business Wire)
Commenting on the opening, Hisham Mansour, Chief Executive Officer of MIG Bank said, “We are delighted to be opening a representative office in Asia. It will help to facilitate smoother communications with Asia-based clients and business partners in their own languages and time zones and, we will also be able to offer assistance to the Asia account management team in Switzerland. This is an exciting first step in our planned geographical expansion”.
About MIG Bank
MIG Bank is the largest Swiss bank focused on providing online foreign exchange (FX), contracts for difference (CFDs) and bullion trading, as well as an expanding range of banking services, to private and institutional clients in over 120 countries worldwide. It offers the latest technology and deep liquidity together with a unique, fully transparent trading model for FX trading that guarantees best price execution. Its team of financial and economic experts provides premium technical analysis and research reports for its clients on a daily basis. In addition, it delivers world class business partnership solutions for banks, financial institutions and brokers through its white label, asset manager and business finder programs.
Headquartered in Neuchatel, Switzerland, MIG Bank is regulated and supervised by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority or FINMA, the regulator of Swiss financial markets and is ISO certified for Quality Management & Information Technology Security Standards (9001 and 27001), offering the highest level of integrity and transparency to traders.
For further information please visit www.migbank.com.
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