ICM.com Press Releases

August 9, 2012 - London, 8th August 2012 - ICM Capital a leading provider of online foreign exchange and commodity trading services is pleased to announce it has moved its headquarters to a new London based corporate office to accommodate the company's fast paced expansion.

The move is representative of ICM Capital's continued growth and its striving approach to become a global leading provider of online trading services. The new office address for this award-winning firm which offers online trading services to both retail and institutional clients is: 61 Cheapside, London, EC2V 6AX, United Kingdom.

Commenting on the move, Anna Whitehead, Operations Manager at ICM Capital stated:

"Our new office was carefully selected to incorporate ICM Capital's rapid growth in the industry. The choice of location was key; in order to cater to the demands of our continuing growth we wanted to be remain in one of the most dynamic and thriving business hubs in Europe."

FSA regulated ICM Capital has achieved considerable success since being founded in 2009 by a group of industry professionals and has gone from strength to strength since then. ICM Capital employees pride themselves on the fact that every attempt is made to respond to client inquiries and to support each trader's individual needs. An internal dealing desk staffed with experienced professionals is on hand to prevent any delays in order execution. The client services team as well as the client managers, work diligently to exceed clients expectations.

The new office can easily be accessed by car and public transport and is in walking distance from the popular tube stations, Bank, Mansion House and St Pauls. London boasts a strong financial centre and this move coincides with ICM Capital's plans to geographically expand further, not only in Europe but worldwide.

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