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Tickmill: An award-winning, multi-regulated investment firm

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Tickmill provides first class financial products and services, catering to the needs of retail and professional clients around the world, offering a safe trading environment, outstanding customer support, access to in-depth technical / fundamental analysis and a wide array of educational material for beginners and advanced traders

Please introduce your company/firm and your role within the company.
“My name is Valerijus Ovsianikas, and I am the CEO of Tickmill Europe Ltd. Tickmill was established in 2014 and employs over 250 individuals worldwide. The Company has offices in Cyprus, London, Estonia, South Africa, and several regional offices globally.
“Tickmill is an award-winning, multi-regulated investment firm offering trading in a plethora of asset classes including CFDs on Forex, Precious Metals, Indices, Stocks, Commodities, Cryptocurrencies and Bonds. Futures and Options trading is also available under Tickmill UK Ltd.

Tickmill is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) of the United Kingdom, the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) in the Republic of Cyprus, the Seychelles Financial Services Authority (FSA), the Labuan Financial Services Authority (Labuan FSA) and the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) in South Africa.”

With a proven track record of strong financial results and stable growth, Tickmill has put itself in an enviable position as a trusted market leader and innovator. Why choose Tickmill?
“Tickmill provides first class financial products and services, catering to the needs of retail and professional clients around the world, offering a safe trading environment, outstanding customer support, access to in-depth technical / fundamental analysis and a wide array of educational material for beginners and advanced traders.

As a company, we have invested in several aspects to help us achieve all the above.
Firstly, we have a very professional, inspiring, and motivated management and team that strives to deliver the best of the best internally and externally. Secondly, we adhere to strict regulatory policies, have invested in cutting edge technology and partnered with several tier 1 providers to deliver the best possible trading conditions and trading platforms in the market.

“Finally, we are one of the few brokers who have dedicated analysts in addition to a wide array of educational material such as eBooks, webinars, seminars, and a dedicated blog on market updates, making sure that clients have all the tools that they need to support their trading initiatives.”

What is Tickmill’s role in society as a multi-asset broker?
“We visualise our role in society not only as a broker facilitating the access to trading of a variety of asset classes in a transparent way, but we also feel that it is our duty to help educate people in financial literacy. It is important for people to understand that the financial industry is fascinating yet challenging and each individual needs to consider his / her own financial situation, risk appetite and to have in mind that trading is a serious matter and requires dedication.”

What do you believe differentiates Tickmill from other brokers from an HR point of view?
“The first thing that comes to my mind is our business etiquette and philosophy. We are also selective as an employer and strive to prioritise the needs of our employees. We encourage and nurture teamwork, make sure that our employees feel valued and that their efforts are well recognised. Benefits offered to our employees include medical insurance, provident fund, 13th salary, performance bonus, team building events, training programmes and more.
Moreover, we still offer the hybrid model whereby employees are required to divide their time between working from home or office and encourage employees to maintain a work-life balance.”

How important are sustainable practices within your organisation, and what is the role of finance in sustainability?
“Sustainability is a key aspect in every sector. In finance, sustainability implies stability and longevity. Stability is required from all perspectives whether in managing a team, to operational or trading risks, and so forth. Yet stability is also achieved by working ethically and in setting clear policies and procedures internally, combined with professional support and matchless trading conditions externally.

Stability and longevity go hand in hand. At Tickmill, we strive for both Tickmill employees and Tickmill clients to establish and have a long and successful journey with us. This is achieved with transparency of information, providing efficient support on both levels, and in feeling valued and respected. Once a certain level of understanding and trust is achieved, it is then key to maintain it by making sure that the right kind of information is made available to make informed decisions. The success of this effort is reflected in the high retention rate of clients and employees.”

What are the company’s ambitions for the future?
“Our aim is to stay ahead of the competition and continue improving our world-class trading conditions. For example, we plan to add thousands of additional CFD Stocks later this year and our trading conditions on CFD cryptocurrencies are extremely competitive. We need more talented people to join our global teams to make that happen so a key focus this year is on high level recruitment. Lastly, as we continue expanding into more and more markets, we intend to keep giving back to our communities by investing in financial education.”

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