ACY Securities sponsors child safety and family welfare charity Barnardos Australia

Rick Steves

Sponsoring Barnardos will give ACY Securities and its employees an opportunity to do volunteer work through different outreach programs.

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ACY Securities has announced their sponsorship of child safety and family welfare organisation Barnardos Australia as the multi asset trading provider aims to assist in giving people in need the opportunity and support that can help set them up for a better life.

Barnardos has been operating since 1921 and provides early intervention and crisis care services combat family and domestic violence, drug and alcohol abuse, mental health, poverty and homelessness, to strengthen families and support vulnerable children to recover and thrive.

ACY’s sponsorship of Barnardos coincides with the celebration of the National Volunteer Week from 16th-22nd May 2022. This particular charity has provided vital support to thousands of vulnerable children, young people and families for over a century.

Empowering every child in Australia to reach full potential

Ashley Jessen, Chief Operating Officer at ACY Securities, said: “With their focus on empowering every child to reach their full potential, Barnardos plays an important role in shaping the future of our young generation. We at ACY are privileged to be part of this vital work in supporting children and families across Australia. As most of our team are parents, this charity hit home, and we can’t wait to make a positive difference in their lives and see these children blossom.”

Mark McDaid, Head of Philanthropy and Partnerships at Barnardos Australia, commented: “We are delighted to welcome ACY Securities as a partner of Barnardos Australia. Their commitment plays a vital role in transforming the lives of vulnerable children, young people and families.
Just as ACY aims to empower their clients, Barnardos’ vision is to empower every child in Australia to reach their full potential. And it is only thanks to the vision and generosity of our amazing supporters that we can continue to act in the moments when children and families need us most.

ACY sponsors junior table tennis competitions

ACY Securities has partnered with Table Tennis New South Wales (TTNSW) for a two-year sponsorship agreement intended to highlight the Chatswood-based multi-asset CFD broker’s brand in Australia, with a focus on the southeastern state.

As part of the deal, TTNSW players will be sporting uniforms with the ACY logo during State Junior competitions and other events in a year that TTNSW celebrates the 120th anniversary of organised Table Tennis in New South Wales.

The brokerage firm has a history of supporting cultural events, sporting and community organisations not only in Australia but across the globe.

Recent executive moves and trading automation capabilities

In parallel with sports sponsorships, ACY Securities continues to enhance its multi asset brokerage by onboarding talent, such as FX veteran Andrew Taylor, who joined as Managing Director. Prior to landing at the Australian broker, he spent 15 months as General Manager at IC Markets. This was preceded by many other roles at different companies, mostly based out of Sydney.

Earlier in March, ACY Securities appointed Henrick Rajamountry as its newest head of marketing. Rajamountry is focused on further developing the global sales of ACY Securities’ retail and institutional business, as well as technology sales and client acquisition.

ACY Securities has also recently partnered with Capitalise.ai to allow its users to fully automate trading strategies without leaning on any technical skills, using no-code free-style English text input, and getting alerts and insights on the go.

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