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Business as usual at FXOpen UK after Swiss Franc Move

The FXOpen Team

Dear Trader,  FXOpen UK has noted the recent press stories regarding several of its competitors and would like to reassure all our clients that after the unprecedented movements in the Swiss Franc on Thursday 15th January, the Company is still very well capitalised with a strong balance sheet and is operating its business as normal.  With the exception of CHF currency pairs, clients are able to trade as normal and deposit and withdraw funds in the usual manner. All funds governed by FCA rules on client money remain fully segregated and protected from the company’s balance sheet.  If you have any questions at all please contact the customer support team who will happily help you.  Kind Regards,  The FXOpen UK Team

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