FinanceFeeds becomes the first ever international B2B FX industry portal to register a .cn TLD in mainland China

A milestone in connecting the FX industry across the entire world with a vital Chinese B2B audience has now been completed as FinanceFeeds has successfully registered a government-issued Chinese domain. FinanceFeeds.cn will go live in just a matter of days, bringing China to you, and taking your business across China

Mainland China is the central focus of attention for many companies across all sectors of the FX industry, from prime of prime brokerages wishing to sell their Tier 1 liquidity to China’s vast and high value IB and brokerage network, to retail FX brokerages with provenance in major jurisdictions with a will to engage portfolio managers and introducers of spot FX business with assets under management running into the hundreds of millions.

Technology vendors from across the world have begun to focus on gaining entry into China, some of which have established offices in the mainland in order to host their services inside the Chinese firewall and provide market connectivity, price feed aggregation and ancillary services to the all important Chinese commercial FX industry.

Detailed research, quality insights and all important engagement between Chinese and Western firms has been very limited, and relationships could only be built via direct contact through conferences in mainland China or via word of mouth which often, if you’ll pardon the pun, get lost in translation.

Until now…..

Today, in a milestone for the FX industry, FinanceFeeds has completed the successful registration of FinanceFeeds.cn

FinanceFeeds.cn is wholly owned by FinanceFeeds China, and is a government-issued Chinese domain which is fully hosted on Chinese servers, enabling the new Chinese FinanceFeeds site to provide editorial, industry information and vital connections between companies inside and outside of China in order to enable you to do business with a vast network of Chinese partners that extends into the several hundred thousand, that FinanceFeeds CEO Andrew Saks-McLeod has built up over a period of several years.

The completely Chinese method by which FinanceFeeds China is structured involves 4 full time contributing editors based in Shanghai, all of whom have substantial FX industry experience within mainland China, and the site hosted on Chinese servers and operating with Baidu and WeChat distribution channel and search engine technology means that it is a completely Chinese entity, the site and operations overseen by FinanceFeeds China’s in-house web development team in Shanghai.

The FinanceFeeds.cn site will be live within two weeks.

FinanceFeeds China will also be operating a series of events and conferences, aimed at bringing the Chinese business to Western firms and vice versa.

Examples of this will further the existing conference work that FinanceFeeds is renowned for in China, and also will tailor exclusive symposiums.

FinanceFeeds will put YOU in a room with 50 IBs, to present YOUR brokerage to them, exclusively.

FinanceFeeds will facilitate a whole day in which your brokerage has exclusive access to 50 introducing brokers, all of whom will have been prepared for the meetings beforehand. We can facilitate these events to order and at any date that suits your company.

At your request, at a date suitable to your company, FinanceFeeds will be able to ensure attendance of a minimum of 50 of the largest IBs across China, at conference facilities in one of Shanghai’s finest hotels, with lunch and refreshments provided.

There is no other way in this entire industry to access the decision makers of China’s largest introducing brokers, hence this method will be tailored to suit your needs and can be performed as many times as required throughout the year, and costs are very reasonable for what is the most powerful means of doing huge business.

FinanceFeeds.cn will report news from overseas and from within China, and has government approval to do so as a licensed Chinese media outlet, the very first of its kind that is part of a global firm.

In Chinese, reports from inside and outside China will be published every day, on an ongoing basis, and your company can advertise legitimately on the site without any risk of being blocked by the government firewall, in accurately formatted system that is synergic with Chinese media and to a vast audience.

FinanceFeeds views this as a major step forward in FX industry reporting and looks forward to working with you on media advertising, article contribution and conferences.

For more information, contact [email protected]

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