FxPro wins the Best Corporate Social Responsibility Award for 2021

On December 9th in London, FxPro was announced as the winner of the “Best Corporate Social Responsibility 2021” nomination at The Professional Trader Awards.

Throughout the year, the company has actively supported multiple charities through donations and sponsorships and is making a significant contribution to environmental protection whilst supporting its employees in this endeavour. FxPro has also sponsored various financial and sporting events and extended its official partnership with the McLaren Formula1 team for a further three years.

In their third year, The Professional Trader Awards continue to highlight regulated brokers who offer their clients an exclusive professional trading account and are designed to champion the brokers who are out in front when it comes to trading account technology, performance tools and execution, as well trading conditions and overall client relationship services.

This year’s competition saw a record number of votes, with 6400 votes coming in across the 17 award categories. The awards cover all the key areas, with brokers being voted for by professional traders.

“We are incredibly pleased to reveal FxPro as a winner of this year’s Professional Trader Awards,” explained Mike Boydell, Director of Holiston Media, the organizing company. “This award proves that FxPro is among the best brokers in the world, gives the opportunity to benchmark its social responsibility and reward all staff for their hard work.”

“One of our top priorities as a leading and successful company is to make a meaningful contribution to the world around us, including the development of global sports. That is not just a paper responsibility for us, it is a real part of who we are, a part of our mission. It is undoubtedly delighted that FxPro's active participation in world social life was recognized with such a respected award,” Charalambos Psimolophitis, CEO at FxPro, commented.

Charalambos Psimolophitis
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