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Markets4you Celebrates 17 Years with Cricket Legend AB de Villiers as Brand Ambassador 

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Markets4you, a leading global award-winning, multi-asset trading platform, marks its 17th anniversary by partnering with South African cricket icon AB de Villiers as its brand ambassador. This partnership unites two champions in their respective fields, showcasing a mutual commitment to excellence, passion, and dedication.

Marina Strausa, CEO of Markets4you, expressed her enthusiasm about the collaboration, saying, “Partnering with AB de Villiers represents a significant milestone for us, symbolizing establishing a deep and meaningful relationship.”

She added, “AB’s exceptional talent and sportsmanship perfectly capture the spirit of excellence we strive for at Markets4you. His approach resonates with our commitment to innovation and our promise to deliver world-class trading services to traders. Together, we illustrate how strategic insights from cricket can be integrated into trading strategies.”

“I am delighted to join forces with Markets4you. They share my values of striving for excellence and innovation. Together, we will empower traders to achieve their utmost potential,” remarked AB de Villiers, one of the greatest cricketers of all time and renowned for his 360-degree battling style and match-winning performances.

In celebration of this milestone, Markets4you is excited to announce several new enhancements and exclusive promotions: 

  1. MT5 with Classic Pro and Standard Accounts, now available in selected countries.
  2. Increased stock leverage from 1:10 to 1:50, reducing margin requirements.
  3. Reduced indices contract size from 100 to 1 per lot, facilitating trading with lower deposits.
  4. Exclusive promotions, featuring over USD 70,000 in prizes for clients and partners who trade between May 6 and July 31, and limited-edition merchandise signed by AB de Villiers.
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