FinanceFeeds Cup exclusive FX industry networking events: Last chance for registration

Four networking events will be held in this forthcoming series for the first quarter of 2017, in Cyprus, London, New York and Sydney. The world’s most prominent industry leaders from across the world are attending, and there are a few places left. Join the world’s most senior FX executives in exclusive surroundings

In such an online, highly technologically advanced industry as ours, the ability for senior executives to socialize and meet with each other is paramount, and where better to do this than the four global centers of the retail and institutional FX industry – Limassol, Cyprus, London, England, New York, USA and Sydney, Australia.

During 2016, the FinanceFeeds Cup networking events for senior executives in the electronic trading industry became an established series, with four events having taken place, across the major centers which are important to this industry.

In 2017, there will be 12 events, which will retain the sophisticated and refined custom that has been the mainstay of the FinanceFeeds Cup series, the ethos being to engender a specific, exclusive environment in which industry executives can network with potential partners and conduct business in what is intrinsically a relationship-based business.

The FinanceFeeds Cup networking events will take place every quarter during 2017, in three locations and the very first series of events are about to commence, beginning next week with registration set to close within the next two days with just a few places left for the Cyprus, London, New York and Sydney events.

Join the world’s most senior FX industry executives at the most important networking events on the annual calendar.

The Cyprus Cup makes a return to Limassol

When: Thursday, March 16, 2017.
Where: The Yacht Club, Limassol Marina, Limassol, Cyprus
Time: 6pm

Register by clicking this link

Limassol Yacht Club, home of the FinanceFeeds Cyprus Cup

In April last year, FinanceFeeds pioneered this exclusive series in the heartlands of the retail FX industry, Limassol, Cyprus, with 40 executives from all sectors of the industry having attended the first event. The second event took place in November, and was attended by over 65 senior executives.

The focus is on pure networking and the ability to conduct business between vital strategic partners, and features no advertising, no panels, and no interruptions, allowing you to meet and seal vital deals with industry leaders in the most prominent regions that are synonymous with the FX business.

The London Cup – Meet the leaders in the world’s number one center for electronic trading

When: Thursday, March 23, 2017.
Where: Institute of Directors, 116 Pall Mall, London, England
Time: 6pm

Register by clicking this link

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The London Cup this year will be held every quarter at the Institute of Directors, Pall Mall

The FinanceFeeds Cup series of networking events will make its way to London, the world center for institutional FX and multi-billion dollar retail FX giants.

The London Cup will take place in the exclusive, members-only Institute of Directors in the heart of the epicenter of the world’s financial and technology center, in a very stylish venue which is exclusive to FinanceFeeds, and will continue the FinanceFeeds ethos of ensuring that the opportunity to concentrate on networking with potential industry partners from the very top companies in the world, uninterrupted by sales pitches or advertorials.

This particular event will continue the basic ethos of the previous event, however there will be no intrusive pitches, and the category of venue is one of the most salubrious in all of London that cannot be frequented or utilized by entities that are not members of the Institute of Directors, hence FinanceFeeds will ensure complete prestige as a result.

The New York Cup – The institutional and retail giants meet the entrepreneurs and FinTech leaders of America by invite only

When: Thursday, March 30, 2017.
Where: The Gallery, Tribeca Grill, 375 Greenwich Street, New York City, United States
Time: 6pm

Register by clicking this link

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FinanceFeeds New York CupThe FinanceFeeds Cup series of networking events will once again make its way to a top quality, exclusive private venue in Downtown Manhattan, New York City on March 30 this year, where FX industry leaders of the giants of North America’s vast electronic trading business will meet with the avantgarde entrepreneurs whose services continue to evolve the structure of the financial sector in the world’s second largest financial center.

North America’s retail FX giants, along with institutional technology providers, OTC derivatives enterprises and listed venues, signal providers, marketing experts, management consultants and prime brokerages will meet with NFA regulated introducing brokers, as well as other vital strategic partners which are instrumental in furthering the quality and reach of the business.

America’s FX industry is a relationship business through and through, and this exclusive event is a must for all executives in the industry.

A selection of gourmet hors d’oeuvres and specialist wines and beer will be served as per the previous events.

The Sydney Cup – The ultra-refined business ethic of Australia’s finest brokerages where West meets the all-essential Far East

When: April 11, 2017
Where: The Establishment, 252 George St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Time: 6pm

Register by clicking this link

The Establishment, Sydney

Australia is the highly respected and well organized bridge between the all-important APAC region and the Western FX and OTC derivatives world.

The Antipodean giant is renowned worldwide for being home to some of the largest and most esteemed brokerages in the world, and enjoys a top drawer reputation as a region in which to operate in the electronic financial markets sector.

On April 11, FinanceFeeds will host the Sydney Cup at the famous Establishment in George Street, welcoming the leaders of Australia’s institutional and retail electronic trading industry, in luxurious and exclusive surroundings.

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