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April 10, 2013London, 10th April 2013 ICM Capital Ltd, global providers of forex and CFD trading services today announced it will be Silver sponsors at the MENA 11th Forex Show taking place at the Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Dubai.

Representatives of ICM Capital UK will welcome traders at their centrally located booth during the event which will be taking place on Thursday 25th April 2013 from 10:00 a.m. till 7:00 p.m. and on Friday 26th April from 3:00 p.m. till 8:00 p.m. at the Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Dubai. ICM Capital has attended numerous events throughout 2013 to support its continued expansion throughout the Middle East and Asia. Furthermore, ICM Capital's international presence through new offices signifies innovative steps towards the objective of becoming the leading provider of online trading services.

CEO of ICM Capital UK Tyler Bui said: "The board selected the MENA 11th Forex Show based on the event's track record. We were part of the Middle East Forex & Investment Summit 2011 in Abu Dhabi where we represented the event as Strategic Partners and won the award for Best Forex Broker." He also added: "We are excited about partnering with Arabcom Group again and this event underscores our commitment to providing our traders in the Middle East with the best possible trading environment and customer service support they need."

As to be expected, ICM Capital continue to expand their product range with the recent addition of OTC US Stock's as well as staying competitive in the market by reducing spreads on their most popular products including 1.6 pips on EUR/USD and 40 cents on Gold. ICM Capital's goal is to reshape the retail trading industry as it's known today by putting clients first and amplifying their clients trading experience with an outstanding product offering and award winning client support.

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