Financial Broadcaster Han Tan Joins FXTM as Market Analyst

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Leading Forex broker FXTM has recruited Tan Chung Han (Han Tan) as its newest Market Analyst. His focus will be on Southeast Asian markets. Han is a journalist and producer with years of experience working for both local and international news outlets in Southeast Asia, including Bloomberg TV Malaysia.

In the scope of his duties, Han will be the voice and face of FXTM in Southeast Asia and will provide regular market insights and commentary on multiple news outlets. Han graduated from Virginia’s Liberty University and quickly launched his career in the media. He has worked as both a producer for news shows, as well as a presenter, and he has appeared on both television and radio spots. A crowning moment in Han’s career was interviewing Muhammad Yunus, the 2006 Nobel Peace Price winner. He has also moderated panel discussions with representatives from leading Malaysian banks.

Welcoming Han to the company, Nicholas Defteras, Chief Executive Officer of FXTM, said: “We are very pleased to welcome Han as the latest member of the FXTM family. Our company continues to grow at a rapid pace, as our brand expands its global footprint. The credible experience and profile of Han fulfils many core values of the FXTM brand and we look forward to the contribution of Han towards providing a client-centric approach with high-level market analysis and overall investment in client education. We have planned over 200 educational events globally this year, and Han will help execute some of our ambitious and ever-evolving educational offerings. We wish Han every success in his new role”.

FXTM has long been respected as one of the most innovative brokers in the world. The company serves traders worldwide and holds regulation from the FCA, CySEC, IFSC, and the FSC.

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