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Saxo Bank has decided to phase out some of its direct operations in certain areas, namely within Eastern Europe. The Danish multi-asset brokerage has made some changes to the geographical footprint in Greece, Russia and Poland, with the services to existing and new clients from the areas remaining fully operational but delivered via other Saxo Bank locations. The company has closed its offices in Moscow, Athens and Warsaw as part of a strategic shift.
Many clients of the company are already serviced from the company’s global operating hubs and the changes will not result in a different customer experience or interaction ... (read more)