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LiteForex changes its name to LiteFinance

LiteForex company, which offers access to the Forex market and trading in several assets, announced that it is changing its name to LiteFinance. The change is part of a more extensive corporate restructuring and global expansion plans.

The company announced that it had made the first step towards rebranding the entire group in the official announcement. The company’s logo, trademark, and organizational structure were changed in the first stage.

The rebranding took place after the group established LiteFinance Global LLC in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The broker’s offering includes Forex currency pairs, CFDs and cryptocurrencies. The company aims to obtain more licenses in new jurisdictions but has not provided additional details yet.

The changes will not affect customers

– By restructuring our company, we aim to obtain a license in new jurisdictions, and thus further develop our services. Then we are going to change the design and layout of our official website to make it more user-friendly. Our company has entered a new era of development and soon we will also present a new set of innovative products – the company announced in an official announcement.

The broker emphasizes that the restructuring process will not impact its business and client activity. According to the announcement, the ownership structure has not changed, and the customer service will continue to be handled by the same employees.

Author: Izabela Kamionka

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