Conotoxia Opens Branch in Poland as Part of Its European Expansion

Conotoxia Holdings, an operator of Cinkciarz.pl and a few other Conotoxia brands, has announced on Monday the launch of its official branch in Poland as part of its European expansion. According to the press release shared with Finance Magnates, clients from the company can have access now to Polish-speaking representatives through its Conotoxia Ltd. branch in Warsaw.

With the deployment in place, Conotoxia Ltd clients could open accounts and have all the transactional features available in Polish with local support. “The opening of a branch in Poland is evidence of the systematic development of the company. As part of our international expansion, we are not only developing our product offer and services but also expanding our team in order best to realize the visions and ideas of Conotoxia Holding group and build a strong brand with global reach. But this is just the beginning of our plans. We want to offer Polish investors a real alternative when it comes to investing on a global level with a trusted broker with a very good reputation and with the backing of a global fintech like Cinkciarz.pl,” Grzegorz Jaworski, CEO of Conotoxia Ltd, commented in the announcement.

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The firm also noted that investors would be exposed to additional protection of the Polish Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) regarding investment services provided by the broker. “Our main goal is still to promote informed investment through solid education and to familiarize our customers with tools and solutions that support Forex and CFD trading,” Daniel Kostecki, director of the Polish branch of Conotoxia Ltd, said.

In June, Conotoxia said that Skrill was made available as a payment method for its users at Conotoxia.com and Conotoxia Pay offers, among others. Customers can fund their Forex accounts held at the Conotoxia platform, order currency exchange transactions, or even pay via Conotoxia Pay by topping up their accounts with Skrill.

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