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June 18, 2012 - LONDON, 12th June, 2012 – ICM Capital, a leading online trading firm with headquarters in London, today announced the launch of their Arabic-language website www.ICMCapital.ae. The decision to expand on their website was made to cater for the company's rapid growth and fast expanding client base in the Middle East.

The website has been designed in order to allow customers in the Middle East to download and practice their trading with the MetaTrader 4 demo account, trade with a live account and take advantage of exclusive promotions. Furthermore, this exciting new development brings with it access to mobile trading for the iPhone, iPad and Android as well as credit card payment facilities for clients with a Visa or MasterCard. In addition to this, a more detailed and easy to use Education Centre has been developed in order to support the growing number of new Arabic traders in the region.

Issa Abedi, Director at ICM Capital said: "At ICM Capital we listen to what our clients want. Accordingly we expanded on the Arabic support we already offer in order to continue to provide our clients with the best possible trading experience. Our client base in the Middle East is growing every day and this new website is something we have been eagerly anticipating. Our friendly, highly experience and multilingual customer service team ensure we are able to offer the most efficient communication and support for each and every client."

Having its headquarters in London, ICM Capital prides itself on its international presence and experience. The launch of this new website is a demonstration of how ICM Capital is expanding to provide customers in the Gulf region with full access to its trading platform, accounts and educational services. ICM Capital has also been voted Best Forex Broker at the Middle East Forex and Investment Summit 2011 which is an indication of the recognition they are receiving in the Middle East.

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