FXCM, CityBook launch J'lem office

FXCM, a global online currency-trading services provider, has opened its first branch in Jerusalem, in cooperation with outsourcing firm CityBook Services Israel.

By SHARON WROBEL
September 3, 2009 12:35

FXCM, a global online currency-trading services provider, has opened its first branch in Jerusalem, in cooperation with outsourcing firm CityBook Services Israel. The 750-square-meter office in Har Hotzvim industrial park was inaugurated this week in presence of Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat and Akiva Grossman, senior partner at FXCM International. The new office is hiring 20 new immigrants. FXCM provides online currency-trading services for retail and institutional traders. The firm has offices in New York, Dallas, San Francisco, London, Hong Kong and Sydney. Based in Modi'in Illit, CityBook Services offers outsourcing for paralegal work such as checking lease contracts and property titles for clients across the US.


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