Amateur traders go to this online brokerage to buy and sell foreign exchange, commodities and global shares. Based in London, it has a website that is available in six languages and has an outpost in Shanghai. Founder and chief executive Robert Berkeley, 52, raised a majority investment from an unnamed Asian investor last year, when the company changed its name from Go Markets UK to Infinox. Expansion in Asia and Europe — where it targets niche groups including expatriate Chinese investors — helped sales more than double this year to £17.5m, which represents its fees from the difference between the buying and selling price on individual trades.

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Company details
Year2017
Rank14
CompanyInfinox
ActivityCurrency trading platform
LocationCentral London
Average 3 year sales growth164.26%
Latest sales £000s*17,542
Staff18
Founded2009
Websitewww.infinox.com

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