ACY Securities hosts Egyptian Women Forum as the Financial Sponsor

In June this year the broker announced the opening of regional offices in Egypt and Saudi Arabia

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ACY Securities, the multi-asset CDF provider based in Sydney plays a major role in the 2020 Egyptian Women Forum held in Cairo on Monday 26th and Tuesday 27thOctober, winning strategic brand alignment and exposure in the MENA region.

The Egyptian Women Forum, which puts a spotlight on the achievements of women across finance, business, science, social services and sports, showcased 30 success stories over the 2-day event.

The highly anticipated annual forum was attended by a wide variety of people from around the world including women in positions of power such as Dr Hala Zayed – Minister of Health and Population, Mrs Nevin Kabbaj – Minister of Social Solidarity, Mrs Ghada Labib – Deputy Minister of Communications and Information Technology, and Ms. HalaAbu Khotwa – Director of Information at the United Nations Children’s Fund, UNICEF.

ACY Securities Regional Head, Ahmed Fahim said that ACY Securities was pleased to support the prestigious event as their Financial Sponsor.

“We are proud to have had the opportunity to be involved in such a prestigious forum that inspires and empowers women in such a powerful way” said Mr Fahim in an interview this morning.

ACY Securities enjoying strong brand growth in the Middle East.

As per the company’s MENA region growth and expansion plan, ACY Securities continues to invest and allocate resources in the region, increasing market share at a rapid pace as local traders warm to the brand’s value proposition.

 In June this year the broker announced the opening of regional offices in Egypt and Saudi Arabia, both of which have been welcomed and embraced by local traders.

Launched new swap-free Islamic account type last month for the Middle Eastern market offering full Arabic support and no restrictions on Expert Advisors (EA’s), high-frequency trading, and hedging.

The broker has secured prime positions as the Official Sponsor of the upcoming Egypt Investment Expo 2020and will also take the number one position of Diamond Sponsor at the 2020 Dubai Traders Summit – both events taking place in November.

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