Mitrade Wins Four Prestigious Forex Awards At International Business Awards 2022

Mitrade, the Melbourne-based Forex and OTC derivatives online trading broker, has received four exalted Forex awards by the International Business Magazine at International Business Awards 2022 (Asia).

Mitrade was named the Best Forex Trading Platform Australia 2022, the Most Transparent Forex Broker Global 2022, the Best Forex Educational Resources Global 2022, and the Most Trusted Forex Broker Asia 2022.

International Business Magazine recognizes better risk management, rapid growth, cross-platform compatibility, and transparency in the execution of transactions along with other elements of the ecosystem of Forex trading. International Business Magazine champions best performing Forex brands on the regional and global levels.

They reward performers for pioneering technology, super-responsive customer support, market research tools, tiered approach to trading education, and a user-friendly interface.

This award is a yardstick of success for Mitrade as award winners are nominated and selected by a team of unbiased, dynamic, and well-trained field experts. The award process is supervised by expert panelists who are experts in key subject matters, judging panelists who make up the research team, and an editor. The team carries out in-depth analysis and declares as winners the best performers among Forex trading service providers.

“We feel privileged and profoundly humbled upon receiving these awards for providing devoted trading services to our worldwide customers. These prizes reflect our commitment to consistently innovate and upgrade our trading platform. In this moment of elation and pride, we extend our gratitude to our customers who embraced our self-developed trading platform and valued our technology. We strive to supply an intuitive trading platform to traders in Australia and around the world. This achievement encouraged our team to further improve our services for our users and be an inspiring leader in Forex trading,” said a representative of Mitrade.

Mitrade witnessed brisk growth since it went through the restructuring process in 2019. Key reasons behind its massive and generous acceptance by the global trading community are low threshold trading, extensive market research tools, and a straightforward trading platform.

Mitrade has a user-friendly app for Android and iOS users, and an innovative WebTrader, which respond to users to different platforms. Mitrade has also broadened its platform offerings to 400 products including commodities such as gold, Forex, US shares like Tesla, crypto currencies, and indices.

The founders of Mitrade are experts in technology and finance veterans. Their iron will to achieve excellence and innovation has made possible for Mitrade to win illustrious awards and the trust of the global trading community. The founding team has first-hand intelligence of the specific needs of swing traders and savvy investors. Keeping this in consideration, the founders came up with inventive solutions to streamline trading procedures. On top of this, the founding team has maintained a customer-first strategy.

Mitrade lowers the cost of trading by offering zero commissions. It provides educational programs that suit beginner, intermediate, and advanced level traders. Mitrade furnishes its mobile and web apps with live support. The self-developed platform administers dynamic charting and real-time email and SMS push notifications as well. On top of this, Mitrade regularly updates its systems to ensure that users enjoy an excellent trading experience.

Mitrade’s mobile app has hit 1 million downloads on Google Play. The company also has amassed 1,100,000 active users in less than two years. Its transparent transaction execution and user-friendly interfaces have been the key factors in attracting new users from around the world.

For continuous innovation and service delivery, Mitrade has won the Most Innovative Forex financial technology Broker 2021 award by Global Brands Magazine. Mitrade has also won the Best Forex Broker Asia 2021 award by FxDailyInfo. Mitrade has a decorated collection of awards to its credit. View the collection at https://www.mitrade.com/about-us/awards.

For media inquiry, please contact Ms Belle Toh at belle.toh@mitrade.com.

Mitrade’s OTC derivatives trading carry high leverage and may lead to the loss of your whole capital.

About Mitrade

Mitrade is an innovative financial technology group and a leading service provider of Forex trading, crypto currency trading, and CFD trading. The company’s functions are strictly regulated by the Mauritius Financial Services Commission (FSC), Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA). Mitrade has set up its offices across all continents, and it caters to investors and traders across the world. Mitrade is firmly and conscientiously pursuing its mission to bring innovation and simplification in trading, and to ensure transparent transactions. Explore Mitrade at https://www.mitrade.com.

Media contact
Belle Toh, Mitrade Holding Ltd
Email: belle.toh@mitrade.com
Website: https://www.mitrade.com/






Topic: Awards

Padma Awards 2022 announced


Padma Awards – one of the highest civilian Awards of the country, are conferred in three categories, namely, Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan and Padma Shri. The Awards are given in various disciplines/ fields of activities, viz.- art, social work, public affairs, science and engineering, trade and industry, medicine, literature and education, sports, civil service, etc. ‘Padma Vibhushan’ is awarded for exceptional and distinguished service; ‘Padma Bhushan’ for distinguished service of high order and ‘Padma Shri’ for distinguished service in any field. The awards are announced on the occasion of Republic Day every year.


These awards are conferred by the President of India at ceremonial functions which are held at RashtrapatiBhawan usually around March/ April every year. This year the President has approved conferment of 128 Padma Awards including 2 duo case (in a duo case, the Award is counted as one) as per list below. The list comprises 4 Padma Vibhushan, 17 Padma Bhushan and 107 Padma Shri Awards.  34 of the awardees are women and the list also includes 10 persons from the category of Foreigners/NRI/PIO/OCI and 13 Posthumous awardees.


Padma Vibhushan(4)











SN

Name

Field

State/Country

  1.  

Ms. Prabha Atre

Art

Maharashtra

  1.  

Shri Radheyshyam Khemka


(Posthumous)

Literature and Education

Uttar Pradesh

  1.  

General Bipin Rawat


(Posthumous)

Civil Service

Uttarakhand

  1.  

Shri Kalyan Singh


(Posthumous)

Public Affairs

Uttar Pradesh




Padma Bhushan(17)























  1.  

Shri Ghulam Nabi Azad

Public Affairs

Jammu and Kashmir

  1.  

Shri Victor Banerjee

Art

West Bengal

  1.  

Ms. Gurmeet Bawa


(Posthumous)

Art

Punjab

  1.  

Shri Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee

Public Affairs

West Bengal

  1.  

Shri Natarajan Chandrasekaran

Trade and Industry

Maharashtra

  1.  

Shri Krishna Ella and Smt. Suchitra Ella* (Duo)

Trade and Industry

Telangana

  1.  

Ms. Madhur Jaffery

Others-Culinary

United States of America

  1.  

Shri Devendra Jhajharia

Sports

Rajasthan

  1.  

Shri Rashid Khan

Art

Uttar Pradesh

  1.  

Shri Rajiv Mehrishi

Civil Service

Rajasthan

  1.  

Shri Satya Narayana Nadella

Trade and Industry

United States of America

  1.  

Shri Sundararajan Pichai

Trade and Industry

United States of America

  1.  

Shri Cyrus Poonawalla

Trade and Industry

Maharashtra

  1.  

Shri Sanjaya Rajaram


(Posthumous)

Science and Engineering

Mexico

  1.  

Ms. Pratibha Ray

Literature and Education

Odisha

  1.  

Swami Sachidanand

Literature and Education

Gujarat

  1.  

Shri Vashishth Tripathi

Literature and Education

Uttar Pradesh




Padma Shri (107)

















































































































  1.  

Shri Prahlad Rai Agarwala

Trade and Industry

West Bengal

  1.  

Prof. Najma Akhtar

Literature and Education

Delhi

  1.  

Shri Sumit Antil

Sports

Haryana

  1.  

Shri T Senka Ao

Literature and Education

Nagaland

  1.  

Ms. Kamalini Asthana and Ms. Nalini Asthana* (Duo)

Art

Uttar Pradesh

  1.  

Shri Subbanna Ayyappan

Science and Engineering

Karnataka

  1.  

Shri J K Bajaj

Literature and Education

Delhi

  1.  

Shri Sirpi Balasubramaniam

Literature and Education

Tamil Nadu

  1.  

Srimad Baba Balia

Social Work

Odisha

  1.  

Ms. Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay

Science and Engineering

West Bengal

  1.  

Ms. Madhuri Barthwal

Art

Uttarakhand

  1.  

Shri Akhone Asgar Ali Basharat

Literature and Education

Ladakh

  1.  

Dr. Himmatrao Bawaskar

Medicine

Maharashtra

  1.  

Shri Harmohinder Singh Bedi

Literature and Education

Punjab

  1.  

Shri Pramod Bhagat

Sports

Odisha

  1.  

Shri S Ballesh Bhajantri

Art

Tamil Nadu

  1.  

Shri Khandu Wangchuk Bhutia

Art

Sikkim

  1.  

Shri Maria Christopher Byrski

Literature and Education

Poland

  1.  

Acharya Chandanaji

Social Work

Bihar

  1.  

Ms. Sulochana Chavan

Art

Maharashtra

  1.  

Shri Neeraj Chopra

Sports

Haryana

  1.  

Ms. Shakuntala Choudhary

Social Work

Assam

  1.  

Shri Sankaranarayana Menon Chundayil

Sports

Kerala

  1.  

Shri S Damodaran

Social Work

Tamil Nadu

  1.  

Shri Faisal Ali Dar

Sports

Jammu and Kashmir

  1.  

Shri Jagjit Singh Dardi

Trade and Industry

Chandigarh

  1.  

Dr. Prokar Dasgupta

Medicine

United Kingdom

  1.  

Shri Aditya Prasad Dash

Science and Engineering

Odisha

  1.  

Dr. Lata Desai

Medicine

Gujarat

  1.  

Shri Malji bhai Desai

Public Affairs

Gujarat

  1.  

Ms. Basanti Devi

Social Work

Uttarakhand

  1.  

Ms. Lourembam Bino Devi

Art

Manipur

  1.  

Ms. Muktamani Devi

Trade and Industry

Manipur

  1.  

Ms. Shyamamani Devi

Art

Odisha

  1.  

Shri Khalil Dhantejvi


(Posthumous)

Literature and Education

Gujarat

  1.  

Shri Savaji Bhai Dholakia

Social Work

Gujarat

  1.  

Shri Arjun Singh Dhurve

Art

Madhya Pradesh

  1.  

Dr. Vijaykumar Vinayak Dongre

Medicine

Maharashtra

  1.  

Shri Chandraprakash Dwivedi

Art

Rajasthan

  1.  

Shri Dhaneswar Engti

Literature and Education

Assam

  1.  

Shri Om Prakash Gandhi

Social Work

Haryana

  1.  

Shri Narasimha Rao Garikapati

Literature and Education

Andhra Pradesh

  1.  

Shri Girdhari Ram Ghonju


(Posthumous)

Literature and Education

Jharkhand

  1.  

Shri Shaibal Gupta


(Posthumous)

Literature and Education

Bihar

  1.  

Shri Narasingha Prasad Guru

Literature and Education

Odisha

  1.  

Shri Gosaveedu Shaik Hassan


(Posthumous)

Art

Andhra Pradesh

  1.  

Shri Ryuko Hira

Trade and Industry

Japan

  1.  

Ms. Sosamma Iype

Others – Animal Husbandry

Kerala

  1.  

Shri Avadh Kishore Jadia

Literature and Education

Madhya Pradesh

  1.  

Ms. Sowcar Janaki

Art

Tamil Nadu

  1.  

Ms. Tara Jauhar

Literature and Education

Delhi

  1.  

Ms. Vandana Kataria

Sports

Uttarakhand

  1.  

Shri H R Keshavamurthy

Art

Karnataka

  1.  

Shri Rutger Kortenhorst

Literature and Education

Ireland

  1.  

Shri P Narayana Kurup

Literature and Education

Kerala

  1.  

Ms. Avani Lekhara

Sports

Rajasthan

  1.  

Shri Moti Lal Madan

Science and Engineering

Haryana

  1.  

Shri Shivnath Mishra

Art

Uttar Pradesh

  1.  

Dr. Narendra Prasad Misra


(Posthumous)

Medicine

Madhya Pradesh

  1.  

Shri Darshanam Mogilaiah

Art

Telangana

  1.  

Shri Guruprasad Mohapatra


(Posthumous)

Civil Service

Delhi

  1.  

Shri Thavil Kongampattu A V Murugaiyan

Art

Puducherry

  1.  

Ms. R Muthukannammal

Art

Tamil Nadu

  1.  

Shri Abdul Khader Nadakattin

Others – Grassroots Innovation

Karnataka

  1.  

Shri Amai Mahalinga Naik

Others – Agriculture

Karnataka

  1.  

Shri Tsering Namgyal

Art

Ladakh

  1.  

Shri A K C Natarajan

Art

Tamil Nadu

  1.  

Shri V L Nghaka

Literature and Education

Mizoram

  1.  

Shri Sonu Nigam

Art

Maharashtra

  1.  

Shri Ram Sahay Panday

Art

Madhya Pradesh

  1.  

Shri Chirapat Prapandavidya

Literature and Education

Thailand

  1.  

Ms. K V Rabiya

Social Work

Kerala

  1.  

Shri Anil Kumar Rajvanshi

Science and Engineering

Maharashtra

  1.  

Shri Sheesh Ram

Art

Uttar Pradesh

  1.  

Shri Ramachandraiah

Art

Telangana

  1.  

Dr. Sunkara Venkata Adinarayana Rao

Medicine

Andhra Pradesh

  1.  

Ms. Gamit Ramilaben Raysingbhai

Social Work

Gujarat

  1.  

Ms. Padmaja Reddy

Art

Telangana

  1.  

Guru Tulku Rinpoche

Others – Spiritualism

Arunachal Pradesh

  1.  

Shri Brahmanand Sankhwalkar

Sports

Goa

  1.  

Shri Vidyanand Sarek

Literature and Education

Himachal Pradesh

  1.  

Shri Kali Pada Saren

Literature and Education

West Bengal

  1.  

Dr. Veeraswamy Seshiah

Medicine

Tamil Nadu

  1.  

Ms. Prabhaben Shah

Social Work

Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu

  1.  

Shri Dilip Shahani

Literature and Education

Delhi

  1.  

Shri Ram Dayal Sharma

Art

Rajasthan

  1.  

Shri Vishwamurti Shastri

Literature and Education

Jammu and Kashmir

  1.  

Ms. Tatiana Lvovna Shaumyan

Literature and Education

Russia

  1.  

Shri Siddhalingaiah


(Posthumous)

Literature and Education

Karnataka

  1.  

Shri Kaajee Singh

Art

West Bengal

  1.  

Shri Konsam Ibomcha Singh

Art

Manipur

  1.  

Shri Prem Singh

Social Work

Punjab

  1.  

Shri Seth Pal Singh

Others – Agriculture

Uttar Pradesh

  1.  

Ms. Vidya Vindu Singh

Literature and Education

Uttar Pradesh

  1.  

Baba Iqbal Singh Ji

Social Work

Punjab

  1.  

Dr. Bhimsen Singhal

Medicine

Maharashtra

  1.  

Shri Sivananda

Others – Yoga

Uttar Pradesh

  1.  

Shri Ajay Kumar Sonkar

Science and Engineering

Uttar Pradesh

  1.  

Ms. Ajita Srivastava

Art

Uttar Pradesh

  1.  

Sadguru Brahmeshanand Acharya Swami

Others – Spiritualism

Goa

  1.  

Dr. Balaji Tambe


(Posthumous)

Medicine

Maharashtra

  1.  

Shri Raghuvendra Tanwar

Literature and Education

Haryana

  1.  

Dr. Kamlakar Tripathi

Medicine

Uttar Pradesh

  1.  

Ms. Lalita Vakil

Art

Himachal Pradesh

  1.  

Ms. Durga Bai Vyam

Art

Madhya Pradesh

  1.  

Shri Jyantkumar Maganlal Vyas

Science and Engineering

Gujarat

  1.  

Ms. Badaplin War

Literature and Education

Meghalaya




Note: * In Duo case, the Award is counted as one.


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HKICPA Awards find improving ESG but companies need to do more to integrate their corporate governance and ESG

To become more sustainable and resilient in the long term, Hong Kong listed companies and public sector organizations will need to further integrate their corporate governance (CG) and ESG (environmental, social and governance) policies and practices into their strategy and operations, according to the judges of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA) flagship Best Corporate Governance & ESG Awards (Awards).
Most Sustainable Companies / Organizations Awards

“We were pleased to see more interest than ever in the revamped Awards this year, with high numbers of annual and ESG reports reviewed and more companies making it onto the short list, particularly in the ESG section of the Awards”, said Mr. Raymond Cheng, HKICPA president and chairman of the judging panel.

With a growing awareness around the world of the importance of integrating CG and ESG, the Institute introduced a new, top category of awards, namely the Most Sustainable Companies / Organizations Awards (MSCO Awards). They reflect “sustainability” in its broadest sense, not merely focusing on ESG. They recognize listed companies and public sector organizations that have performed to an equally high standard in both CG and ESG and that are taking steps to integrate these two key aspects of their performance. For companies to achieve long-term success and be able to face the economic, environmental and social challenges ahead, the board needs to have effective oversight of governance and ESG matters, and the company needs to incorporate ESG considerations into its vision and operations, including its strategies, investments, risk management and stakeholder engagement, said Mr Cheng.

Ms. Loren Tang, chair of the 2021 Awards Organizing Committee, explained, “We are pleased to see that the judges were able to identify as number of winners of the new MSCO awards. Most of these are familiar names that have been continuing to strengthen their CG and ESG practices and disclosures. However, the judges decided not to give out any diamond awards as they believe that, at this stage, in Hong Kong, there are still areas where more needs be done. This includes, for example, speeding up the process of board refreshment and establishing quantitative key performance indicators for different ESG initiatives.”

The Institute congratulates the 10 awardees in the inaugural MSCO Awards, including CLP, which continued its winning ways, with a platinum award in the Hang Seng Index (HSI) category. HKEX also won an award in HSI category. MSCO awardees in other categories were Prudential, Standard Chartered, The Hong Kong and Shanghai Hotels, Hysan and Lenovo. The Link REIT and Pacific Basin Shipping were given special mentions. The sole MSCO winner in the public sector/ not-for-profit category was the Airport Authority, with a gold award. Other awards were given out in separate sections for CG and ESG. In all, the judges recognized 29 companies and organizations in the 2021 Awards.

The Awards judges this year found various areas of good practices and disclosures, such as explanations of ESG governance structures and clearer linkages between companies’ vision, strategies and action plans in the ESG sphere. Information on stakeholder engagement and how stakeholder concerns are being addressed is also improving.

Areas for Further Improvement

In terms of further improvements, the judges would like to see more evidence that companies are treating CG and ESG as key issues on the board’s agenda, as well as additional information on how companies are setting, monitoring, and periodically reassessing their ESG targets and key performance indicators, and whether and how directors and senior management remuneration is tied to these. The majority of companies do not seem to share their quantitative performance targets to help them track progress towards achieving economic, environmental and social goals. Climate change is specific concern at the global level, but, for many companies, it is not clear whether they have really analysed the potential physical and transitional risks that they may face from global warming, Ms. Tang said.

At a more procedural level, where companies conduct board evaluations, the Institute would urge them to provide more insightful information about the scope, findings and recommendations. Many of the disclosures are quite boilerplate. Are directors being asked about the board’s efforts to strengthen diversity on the board, for example, Ms. Tang asked.

Although the MSCO winners continue to raise their performance above the ascending bar set by the Listing Rules and legislative requirements, the judges accept that the highest level of the MSCO awards will remain aspirational for the time being, as the path to fully integrating CG and ESG is not straightforward. Furthermore, while ESG standards have been progressing, there has also been some tailing off in terms of overall improvements in CG, said Mr. Patrick Rozario, chair of the Awards Review Panel.

The Institute has made a number of recommendations for further improvements in CG practices. For example, there is are large number of family controlled businesses in Hong Kong, often with long-serving independent non-executive directors (INEDs), whose independence could be open to question. Appointing a lead INED, to engage more with stakeholders, and report on the work done by INEDs during the year, would give investors and other stakeholders more confidence that the company is taking on board their concerns.

As regards board diversity, in practice, many companies still seem to be paying lip service to the idea, said Mr. Rozario. Only one in seven directors of Hang Seng Index-constituent companies is female, which leaves Hong Kong lagging well behind other major financial centres. While gender is only one dimension of diversity, the lack of women on boards clearly needs to be addressed. Diversity on boards encourages better leadership and CG and minimizes the risk of “groupthink”. It can also help increase corporate performance and competitiveness and, ultimately, strengthen resilience, added Mr. Rozario.

Other areas that need to be enhanced include transparency of the processes around the nomination, selection and resignation of directors, as well as disclosure of cross-directorships. More information about the process and findings of internal control reviews would also be welcome.

ESG Assurance Research

With increasing demand from investors and other stakeholders for more ESG information and data, the question of obtaining assurance on that information is often raised nowadays. Obtaining assurance on ESG information and data from an independent, reputable, service provider can help companies build trust and confidence in their ESG reporting with investors, and improve their competitive advantage.

To understand the current situation with ESG assurance Hong Kong, the Institute conducted a brief research covering all the December year-end listed companies for 2020. The Institute found that, among the almost 1900 companies included in the research, only 85 of them obtained external assurance, i.e. only 4.5% in total and, in most cases, it was only a limited scope assurance.

There are believed to be various factors relevant to the low penetration of ESG assurance in the market. One reason is that, currently, there are no generally accepted international ESG reporting standards, unlike for financial reporting.

However, with the announcement at COP26, the recent United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties in Glasgow, of the formation of a new International Sustainability Standards Board to develop a comprehensive global baseline of high-quality sustainability disclosure standards, it is likely that there will be greater harmonization and comparability of ESG-related standards globally in the future. Investors can then have greater trust and confidence in companies’ reported ESG performance, and this will be enhanced by the added comfort that independent assurance can provide.

The Institute’s study also found that International Standard on Assurance Engagements (ISAE) 3000 issued by the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board, or the Hong Kong equivalent, namely HKSAE 3000 (Revised) Assurance Engagements Other than Audits or Reviews of Historical Financial Information, issued by the HKICPA was by far the most commonly adopted standard used for assurance reports.

“Accountants definitely have the skill sets and understanding of key processes, such as financial and data analysis and internal control and risk management, to take a leading role in ESG assurance, as well as reporting, said Mr. Cheng. “Members of the profession are trained to apply professional standards and are bound by a code of professional ethics,” which makes them ideal providers of assurance services”, he added. Furthermore, the Institute has published a Technical Bulletin (AATB) 5 Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Assurance Reporting, to assist practitioners in performing ESG assurance engagements, in accordance with HKSAE 3000.

The Awards is supported by media sponsors Hong Kong Economic Times, The Standard and ET Net.
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About HKICPA

The Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA) is the statutory body established by the Professional Accountants Ordinance responsible for the professional training, development and regulation of certified public accountants in Hong Kong. The Institute has over 47,000 members and 17,000 registered students.

Our qualification programme assures the quality of entry into the profession, and we promulgate financial reporting, auditing and ethical standards that safeguard Hong Kong’s leadership as an international financial centre. The CPA designation is a top qualification recognised globally. The Institute is a member of and actively contributes to the work of the Global Accounting Alliance and International Federation of Accountants.

HKICPA contact information:
Mr. Jun Sat
Associate Manager, Public Relations, Corporate Communications
Phone: +852 2287 7002
Email: media@hkicpa.org.hk






Topic: Press release summary

Ideal Homes Portugal Earns Multiple Awards In 2021 European Property Awards

The Portuguese Real Estate company was acknowledged in 5 different categories including Real Estate Agency Single Office for Portugal and Real Estate Agency Marketing for Portugal

Ideal Homes Portugal is delighted to announce that it has been honored in five different categories of the 2021 European Property Awards. The awards received were in the following categories: Real Estate Agency Single Office for Portugal, Real Estate Agency Marketing for Portugal, Real Estate Lettings Agency for Portugal, Real Estate Agent for Portugal -Sasha Sharlpey, and Real Estate Agent for Portugal – Chris White.This year, the names of which awardees emerged 5* winners in the various categories will be announced in December. 

Every year, the European Property Awards recognizes the top-performing real estate companies in Europe, honoring their excellent work ethic, and dedication towards helping their customers find and secure ideal properties. 

Ideal Homes Portugal says they are ecstatic and proud to have received such recognition, adding that it feels great to know that all their efforts and commitment to offering the best service have not gone unnoticed. They are especially proud of their staff, property owners and clients who they credit with their success.

The real estate company has been operating in Portugal since 2012 and has assisted many investors to purchase property in the finest locations in Portugal. They pride themselves on being friendly and professional and working side by side to guide customers through the process of buying their dream home in Portugal.

The company has formed strong links and created deep and meaningful mutually beneficial relationships with other agents, property owners and developers in the Algarve, the perfect mix for finding the ideal property in Portugal.

The company also boasts of a dedicated team of friendly and experienced staff, committed to offering sterling customer service, and willing to go the extra mile in ensuring customers are happy and satisfied with the options presented to them.

Ideal Homes is also able to assist with all property and rental management requirements. Additionally they also have their own in-house mortgage broker who can assist you to obtain financing for your property. All these services and more are just part of their formula for success.

About Ideal Homes

Established in 2012, Ideal Homes Portugal has quickly become the leading Real Estate Services firm in the Algarve due to its Founders knowledge and expertise in the area, having worked for several years in the International Property sector, both in Portugal and worldwide. We specialise in providing services for clients looking to purchase in Portugal, throughout the whole purchase process and beyond, we always provide full support to our clients.

With a dedicated team of friendly and experienced staff, we can advise you on all aspects of property ownership in Portugal. Working with the right people when dealing with a foreign country is always important wherever you go. 

Through our long established links with developers, other agents and owners in the Algarve you can be sure that Ideal Homes Portugal will find you the ideal home to suit your needs, whether it’s a second home, an investment, or a future primary home, we’ve got you covered. We also have contacts for reliable furniture suppliers, gardeners and all that you could need to personalise your new home in the Algarve. 

Slogan : “We are committed to Absolute Excellence”