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Admiral Markets is among the best CFD brokers in Germany 2016

May 26, 2016 14:42

Dear Trader,

Admiral Markets has been awarded Best CFD broker of 2016 by German research institute Deutsches Kundeninstitut (DKI).

The first half of 2016 has already earned Admiral Markets several prestigious industry awards.

For the second consecutive year, we received the Best Forex Broker 2016 award.

And we placed second in the Forex Broker of the Year 2016 competition by Brokerwahl.de.

To decide our latest award, the German research institute Deutsches Kundeninstitut (DKI) conducted an online survey with Euro am Sonntag, which:

  1. was held from 27 January till 15 March 2016: and
  2. included 1801 readers voting for Admiral Markets.

This result gave us the highest available rating - five stars.

Our Germany Managing Director Jens Chrzanowski notes that ever-increasing competition in the Forex industry, has not altered the goal of our brokerage. "We still aim to offer the best available price-to-value ratio and to maintain our service quality."

Jens was especially pleased with ranking high in the Clients refer clients category.

"Thanks to all our customers for their ongoing support. This new award and the survey results are evidence that Admiral Markets is on the right track. In return, we promise that we will never stop improving to meet your trading needs."

Sincerely,
Admiral Markets