XTB International launches new fully supported Arabic language offering

Chris Lee
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XTB, the award-winning global forex, CFD and equities broker announces today that it has expanded its global footprint to the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA) with a fully fledged Arabic language offering. By adding a dedicated new Arabic offering, the broker expands upon its global presence that already operates across Europe, South America and Asia where its products and services are regulated by some of the world’s best supervisory bodies including the Financial Conduct Authority, KNF, CySEC and the International Financial Services Commission in Belize.

Dedicated Arabic language support

As part of this new launch, XTB has extended its global websites to focus its Arabic language offering within the new subfolder domain at www.xtb.com/ar whilst its award-winning platform xStation has also been fully translated into Arabic. This new service will be supported by a 24hr customer service and a dedicated Arabic account management team whose role is to provide ongoing support to all traders.

Commenting on the launch, Ahmed Salman from the XTB Middle East desk said, “We’re delighted to launch our new MENA offering to help service the needs of our clients in the region and scale our activities. The last year has seen our business from the Middle East more than triple based on strong demand from clients for our diverse range of products and support. We have every expectation that our new dedicated Arabic offering will help expedite that growth and help XTB to become a visible and professional alternative to traders in the region.”

XTB extends partnerships to Middle East

XTB also announces that it has expanded its partnerships program to the Middle East region including its ability to cater for a variety of commercial relationships including Introducing Brokers, Affiliates and Introducing Partners. Nour Tabbaa, Head of Middle East partnerships at XTB said, “We’ve grown our international partners exponentially this year and we have high hopes that with the launch of our dedicated Arabic offering, this will open more doors for XTB in the region and enable us to support our partners further by helping them to grow their businesses.”

For more information on XTB’s new Arabic language offering, please visit www.xtb.com/ar


Chris Lee

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