Limassol, Cyprus (PRWEB) February 28, 2015
One of the targets set by Windsor Brokers for the year 2015 is restructuring and making changes where necessary to their corporate governance in order to improve performance and pave the way for further growth and development.
Following recent developments with regards to Black Thursday, quite a few renowned investment firms had to close down and numerous others had to make a significant number of employees redundant as part of their drastic cost cutting measures.
Phase 1 for Windsor Brokers was to work on fine-tuning their risk management policies by the end of 2014. This allowed the company and its business operations to remain unaffected by events such as the recent Black Thursday.
The company moved to phase 2 beginning of 2015; remodel corporate governance where necessary to pave the way for future growth. Whilst other firms are letting employees go, Windsor Brokers has increased their human capital in the past six months and has enhanced and implemented team incentives so as to generate higher productivity and boost performance.
When it comes to their structure and savoir-faire, Windsor Brokers do not follow the trend.
“We have been active in the financial markets for over 26 years. We worked very hard to establish the right foundations to ensure that we would be able to resist and overcome difficult economic, financial and social downturns that can impact our industry. At this stage, I am proud to say that we are a step ahead. Instead of struggling for survival, we are setting new goals and preparing ourselves for growth and expansion; this says it all,” said CEO Johny Abuaitah.
About Windsor Brokers Ltd.
Windsor Brokers offers Forex, CFDs, Futures OTC, Binary and GWAZY trading to retail and corporate clients from over 80 countries worldwide.
Throughout the years, the company has been nominated and has received several awards for its innovative products, services, partnership programs and customer support.
Windsor Brokers Ltd. is licensed and regulated by CySec (Cyprus), EEA authorized by the FCA (UK), registered with the ACPR (France) and BaFin (Germany) and complies with EU regulations.