Deriv hosts 100 top affiliates in Africa to enhance FX/CFD broker’s ecosystem and offering

Rick Steves

FX and CFD brokerage Deriv has hosted their top-performing affiliates in Africa at a conference in Kigali, Rwanda.

The conference, filled with networking opportunities, knowledge-sharing sessions, intimate roundtable discussions, and social engagements, allowed Deriv team members from all over the continent to meet with the affiliates from their respective countries.

A total of 100 top affiliates from Nigeria, South Africa, Zambia, Tanzania, Botswana, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Namibia, Kenya, Ghana, Cameroon, and Uganda attended the 2-day conference.

“Conference gave us insight into how our partners can network and feed off each other”

Godfrey Zvenyika, Head of the Deriv Rwanda office, said: “The management and Africa Global Partnerships team planned and executed this event to absolute perfection. This conference gave us insight into how our partners can network and feed off each other, resulting in them performing even better. It was a total pleasure watching the interactions and networking during this conference.

“The success of this inaugural conference has inspired plans for future events. This is the first of many to come, and I believe the conferences can only get better. We are already looking forward to the next conference in February 2023 for the Francophone countries.”

Isabel Gambura, Country Manager at Deriv, commented: “The conference gave us an amazing opportunity to connect face-to-face and share experiences with our affiliates, people we have been partnering with for years. In fact, one of our top partners shared a very touching story about how our partnership had allowed her to lead an independent life. It was truly great to see how our programmes impact our partners’ lives.”

The event ended with a gala dinner to celebrate the achievements of all the conference attendees throughout their Deriv partnership.

Commission via a diverse suite of trading apps for desktop and mobile

Deriv was founded 22 years ago and has built an extensive global affiliate network that enjoys 24/7 support and exclusive resources. The broker offers various opportunities to earn commission via a diverse suite of trading apps for desktop and mobile.

The FX broker’s product offering includes seven intuitive trading platforms, over 200 tradable assets in markets such as forex, stocks, and cryptocurrencies.

The broker has a number of registered entities across the globe, including in Labuan (licensed by Labuan Financial Services Authority) which provides CFDs on forex and cryptocurrencies via Deriv MT5 Financial STP accounts.

The entity licensed by the British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission offers CFDs on financial instruments (via Deriv MT5 Financial account or Deriv MT5 Financial STP account) and synthetic indices (via Deriv MT5 Synthetic account).

Deriv’s Vanuatu entity is licensed by Vanuatu Financial Services Commission, and is a member of the Financial Markets Association. The firm is also registered in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and has an EU-regulated entity registered in Malta, authorized by the Malta Financial Services Authority.

The broker is a member of the Financial Commission, an international independent organisation dedicated to resolving disputes within the financial services industry.

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