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  • La Vanguardia on Freedom Finance Europe: Spain meets a Wall Street broker

La Vanguardia on Freedom Finance Europe: Spain meets a Wall Street broker

Freedom Holding Corporation's steady and profitable expansion into Europe continues, attracting the attention of the Spanish media. La Vanguardia, in particular, has been commenting on the company's current and future activities. The newspaper has sat up and taken note of the growth of Freedom Finance's brokerage business in Europe.

La Vanguardia, based in Barcelona, is one of Spain's oldest daily newspapers. The publication is rated amongst the top four newspapers in the country, available in both Spanish and Catalan.

The newspaper's editors have noted the success of Freedom Holding Corp., which has been valued at $ 3.8 billion over the past 13 years. In 2019, the business' shares were listed on the Nasdaq stock exchange in the United States, and the company is pursuing a strategy of active expansion throughout Europe. This trend has spilled over into Spain.

The CEO of the company, Timur Turlov, offered a simple formula for the company’s success: "Every investor, in one way or another, takes chances. We just assist him in making money by alerting him to potential dangers. Participating in an IPO is risky, and everyone should be aware of this. Our goal is to make investing more accessible for investors without promising large profits right away."

Turlov emphasized the commitment of Freedom Finance to expand its client base in new markets. This coincides with the interest of the Spanish in investing.

Freedom Holding Corp., according to Turlov, is a technology company that does not focus on a single market but seeks to become a global player. In addition, Freedom Finance operates without a large organizational structure, eliminating the expense of paying multimillion-dollar bonuses to a large number of executives. As a result, investors benefit from the reduced commissions by receiving more favourable dividends.

The full interview is available on the La Vanguardia website.