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L’Echo on Freedom Finance to Expand to Belgium

Freedom Finance Europe expanded to Belgium, which caused a lot of interest within the local media. L'Echo, a popular business paper, released an article based on an interview with Timur Turlov, CEO at Freedom Holding Corp.

L'Echo is a financial paper that is mostly focused on the economy in Belgium and the EU. Formerly L'Écho de la bourse de Bruxelles (lit. echo of the Brussels Stock Exchange), the paper was first released in 1881. Currently, it is mostly sold in Brussels and Wallonia.

Freedom Finance first appeared in the EU market in 2015. Currently, the Freedom24 platform is used by 330,000, with over 10M transactions monthly. For even more business growth, Freedom Finance is also launching its platform in Belgium. Belgium that is considered the heart of Europe, Turlov says, and expanding to this country helps a lot in enriching the client base.

Freedom Finance Europe is virtually the only EU based broker to offer IPO trading to retail investors. Through Freedom24, investors in Belgium will get access to IPOs with some of the best terms out there and be able to buy renowned companies'stocks even before they get listed in the exchange. To trade an IPO, one will need to fund their account with $2,000.

L'Echo article says that any Freedom Finance client can get up-to-date analysis regarding the upcoming IPOs. Since 2012, 244 IPO ideas have been released. This has now become available to the investors in Belgium, too.

You can read the article on L'Echo's official website.