IB networks and trading seminar in uncharted territories

Podcast Episode #5 – IB networks and trading seminar in uncharted territories: The pitfalls and the success

Blackwell Global’s Jean-Raphael Nahas is an expert in establishing and maintaining critical introducing broker networks across the world. We speak to him on how FX brokers can enter and sustain business in critical new regions via local networks

In the fifth part of a regular series of Podcasts at FinanceFeeds, we, along with senior FX industry executives, explore incisive and important topics in the FX industry, in a charismatic and entertaining fashion.

Today in Limassol, Cyprus, FinanceFeeds CEO Andrew Saks-McLeod speaks to Jean-Raphael Nahas, Head of Business Development at Blackwell Global to examine the best and most effective way of setting up an introducing broker network, maintaining it, and how to take that model into new and important regions.

How much does a rep office cost? What are the entry barriers? It is all here!

 

 

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