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Banc De Binary Scoops Back-To-Back World Finance Awards

LONDON - April, 2013. Leading binary options firm, Banc De Binary, has been presented with a World Finance brokerage award for the second year running. The firm, who are the only regulated EU binary brokerage, collected the prestigious award in a ceremony at the London Stock Exchange. In an interview with World Finance TV, Head of Investor Relations, Sophie May, spoke of the reasons behind the explosion in popularity of binary options and the growing success of Banc De Binary. According to Ms May, the biggest appeal of binary options lies in their simplicity, “They are an easy way for people to turn what they see on the news into profit. Investors only have to worry about whether the price of an asset – like gold, oil, the euro/USD currency pair or Apple shares – will go up or down. They do not have to be concerned with exact price points. Binary options are a simple, profitable and accessible way for people to participate in the markets.” This award is yet another symbol of Banc De Binary’s global reputation in Binary Option trading. The firm is the world’s largest specialist binary brokerage with over 250,000 client accounts. By the end of the year the company expects to have a client base of half a million traders. Banc De Binary’s growing geographical reach means they will be offering more multi-language services, particularly on the trading platforms and in their customer service department. CEO Oren Laurent paid tribute to those responsible for the firm’s success, “It is a great honour for us to receive this World Finance award for the second consecutive year. This achievement is a real credit to the hard work of the entire company. I want to thank all our brokers and back-end staff, and also the clients who have supported us along the way.” www.bbinary.com

Thursday, 02 May, 2013 / 12:59

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