Amateur traders go to this online brokerage to buy and sell foreign exchange, commodities and shares. Its website is available in six languages and it has an outpost in Shanghai. Founder and chief executive Robert Berkeley, 53, raised a majority investment from an unnamed Asian investor in 2016, when the firm changed its name from Go Markets UK to Infinox. Expansion in Asia and Europe — where it targets niche groups such as expatriate Chinese investors — helped sales hit £41.7m in the year to March 2018. Sales represent its fees from the difference between the buying and selling price on trades.
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