IronFX South Africa Is Now Open For Business

IronFX, probably the biggest and most definitely fastest growing Cyprus based broker, known for their unorthodox promotions, aggressive sales strategy and continuous expansions is exploring fresh waters.

Johannesburg, South Africa seems to be the next new port to explore for IronFX. The “Rainbow  Nation” is the second African nation targeted by IronFX after the launch of IronFX Nigeria in early 2014. The company will be serving its clients according to the local South African compliance laws under Financial Services Board (FSB) authorization as a Financial Services Provider (FSP No 45276) with IronFX Global (South Africa) Pty Ltd trade name.

It is also important to mention that the Financial Services Board’s (FSB)  Financial Services Provider license is considered as probably the most respected regulatory license in African continent. By adding this license to its regulation list we believe IronFX tries to reach out to Africa’s trader elite too.

The Chairman and CEO of IronFX Global Markos Kashiouris commented:We are delighted with the announcement that our new landmark office in Johannesburg is open for business. This new global office provides us with the opportunity to fully utilise our FSB licence, and represents our relentless determination to provide one of the world’s best trading environments to clients in South Africa and all around the world.“

For those of our readers from South Africa, the new IronFX South Africa Pty Ltd, office is located on Maude Street, Mandela Square, West Tower Nelson, 2nd floor, Sandton 2196. The office is a manned office, with a number of individual Account Managers in line with IronFX’s Global Sales strategy.

The following are the contact details:

  • Tel: +27 (0)11 881 5638
  • Fax: +27 (0)11 881 5611,
  • E-mail:

It is also rather important to mention that, although many brokers stepped backwards after the Swiss Franc Black Swan event in mid January, IronFX does not seem to be affected. The new IronFX South Africa office is the second new office announcement of IronFX in the last two weeks. Just last week the company announced new regulation and office in Dubai, not only that they are also aiming to acquire Alpari UK.

Will IronFX become the next FXCM to rule the FX market? We believe there is still a long way to go for IronFX, but they surely are on the right path.


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