Exness Marks 15 Years of Excellence with Week-Long Celebrations

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

Join Exness’ 15th-anniversary celebrations with a week of events in Cyprus. Special guests, gala dinners, and an exclusive Cyberness Party await, offering a glimpse into the broker’s future plans. Damian Bunce, Chief Customer Officer, expresses excitement about sharing this special occasion with those integral to Exness’ journey.

Exness, the multi-asset broker, is kicking off a week-long celebration to commemorate its remarkable 15-year journey. Titled “15 Years of Exceptional Moments,” the festivities honor the people pivotal to Exness’ status as the world’s largest broker—dedicated employees, loyal traders, and committed partners. The celebration attracts special guests, including partners, clients, and influencers from around the globe, who are being flown to Cyprus by Exness to participate in this momentous occasion.

The week-long anniversary events will include gala and corporate dinners, island tours, parties, and inspiring speeches from Exness’ senior management team. Attendees will gain insights into Exness’ vision, brand evolution, and its expansive role in capital markets. A highlight of the celebration is an exclusive sneak peek into something special set to be announced at the end of January, offering a first look at Exness’ future plans.

The celebration will reach its pinnacle with the Cyberness Party, an immersive night of retro-futurism. This event promises to transport guests into a world of culinary, musical, and visual art experiences. The musical lineup features “Who Made Who,” “Satori,” and “Alma Linda,” while artists and performers such as “Playtronica,” “Curiosity Media Lab,” and “Context. Diana Vishneva” will add a magical touch to the celebration.

Damian Bunce, Exness Chief Customer Officer, shared his thoughts on the occasion: “Becoming the biggest retail broker in the world is the result of our people’s hard work, our partners’ dedication, and our traders’ trust. This anniversary is not just a celebration of our success but also an homage to the collective efforts that brought us here. We are excited to share this special occasion with the people who have been part of our journey and offer them a glimpse into what’s coming at the beginning of 2024.”

Over the past 15 years, Exness has been a global leader in the retail trading sector, known for its unique blend of advanced technology and ethical practices. Exness’ monthly trading volume has grown from $10 billion in 2010 to nearing $5 trillion in just 13 years. The broker’s global presence has expanded significantly, operating in over 100 countries and offering services in more than 18 languages, with offices strategically located in Cyprus, South Africa, and the UK.

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