ACY Securities sponsors Table Tennis NSW as CFD broker bets in Australia’s youngest

Rick Steves

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.

Jimmy Ye, Chief Executive Officer at ACY Securities, commented: “Through this sponsorship, we want to recognise the hard work and focus of TTNSW to promote table tennis. We believe that together (with TTNSW), we can encourage more people to take up this sport and widen its reach.

Tony Aduckiewicz, President of TTNSW, added: “I’m thrilled and honoured that we have the support of ACY. This is a big boost not only to our organisation but also for table tennis and our athletes.

“ACY have a track record of partnering with the highest levels of sporting as seen by their appointment of football legend Tim Cahill as their global brand ambassador as well as their sponsorship of the Australian Turf Club – The home of thoroughbred horse racing in NSW.”

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.

Taylor brings nearly three decades of experience in leadership roles, the bulk of which was spent within the FX industry. This includes a total of seven years tenure at Tullett Prebon. Andrew’s career, which dates back to 1991, encompasses other senior roles including a four-year stint at GFT Markets, and as a business director at EasyForex.

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.

Read this next

Digital Assets

Voyager issues notice of default to recover $660M from Three Arrows Capital

The clock is now ticking for the crypto hedge fund Three Arrows Capital (3AC) to present a plan to meets its financial obligations towards digital asset brokerage platform Voyager Digital.

Digital Assets

GEM commits $200 million capital to CeDeFi exchange Unizen

CeDeFi exchange Unizen announced that it has received a $200 million capital commitment from a new strategic partner, Global Emerging Markets (GEM).

Digital Assets

Ripple opens office in Canada as looking for new HQ in the works

Ripple, the San Francisco-based fintech company, continues to consider alternative locations for its business amid ongoing regulatory woes in the US over its cryptocurrency.

Digital Assets

Goldman Sachs wants to snap up Celsius assets at big discount

Goldman Sachs is reportedly looking to secure $2 billion in funding to buy up distressed assets from Celsius in the event that the troubled crypto lender goes bankrupt.

Institutional FX, Interviews

iFX EXPO International 2022: What is a Prime of Prime?

We explore established Prime of Primes with qualified and accessible liquidity.

Crypto Insider

What is a Cryptocurrency Crime, and How Does it Affect Trading?

Cryptocurrency crime is as sinister and upsetting as most financial crimes. The crimes that are perpetrated range from ordinary theft of cryptocurrency to money laundering and market to market fraud. Investors and consumers are subject to phishing and scams, where they are instructed to send cryptocurrency to a specific location for ransom. Like all financial […]

Crypto Insider

As Bitcoin’s Ecosystem Expands, The Floodgates Open Up For Investors

It’s the year 2045 and Bitcoin has emerged as the world’s reserve currency and the most common store of value. The price of BTC is stable at around $33 million per coin and it’s widely accepted across the planet for everyday goods and services.

Digital Assets

Bybit launches crypto options settled in USDC stablecoin

Cryptocurrency exchange Bybit now offers put and call options contracts settled in USD Coin (USDC), a major stablecoin pegged to the US dollar.

Digital Assets, Industry News

Colendi acquires blockchain specialist SETL

Turkey-headquartered embedded fintech services platform Colendi has acquired London-based blockchain settlements and payments provider SETL.

<