FinanceFeeds to host 7th Sydney Cup FX Industry Networking Event – See you there!

Join the senior executives and leaders of the institutional and retail FX industry at the FinanceFeeds Sydney Cup FX industry networking event on November 21, 2019 at The Establishment, one of Sydney’s most famous venues.

In Australia, conducting business between the various components of the FX industry is facilitated via relationships.

So successful were the first three Sydney Cup FX industry networking events in April, July and November 2017 that new innovations were discussed between technology vendors, brokers and service providers, including the commencement of development of new methodologies that will drive the business forward. During 2018 and 2019, further Sydney Cup events were held, the value to the industry being substantial.

Value and exclusive business opportunity for brokers and service providers at the Sydney Cup represents the absolute highest since the FinanceFeeds Cup series began four years ago.

FinanceFeeds is therefore very pleased to announce that the next Sydney Cup FX Industry Networking Event will take place in November in Sydney.

Where: The Establishment, 252 George Street, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia.

When: November 21, 2019

Time: 6.00pm

Sponsored by multi asset modular liquidity management, MetaTrader integration and order routing software development company Gold-i, the next FinanceFeeds Sydney Cup will expand on 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.

Even at this early stage, several senior C-level executives within Australia’s highly respected FX business have confirmed their registration to attend.

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.

FinanceFeeds looks forward to welcoming you to the seventh Sydney Cup event at the famous Establishment in George Street, which will bring together the leaders of Australia’s institutional and retail electronic trading industry, in luxurious and exclusive surroundings.

To register, please email [email protected]

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