FXPRIMUS donated 5 cents of every trade to charity in December 2015

Cyprus based electronic trading company FXPRIMUS has today announced that it company has donated 0.05 USD of every trade made in the month of December 2015, to two chosen charitable organisations. According to FXPRIMUS, the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy is credited to the company’s core efforts to provide a sustainable, ethical and responsible […]

Cyprus based electronic trading company FXPRIMUS has today announced that it company has donated 0.05 USD of every trade made in the month of December 2015, to two chosen charitable organisations.

According to FXPRIMUS, the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy is credited to the company’s core efforts to provide a sustainable, ethical and responsible trading environment in which its clients can safely trade.

Management of FXPRIMUS explained today to FinanceFeeds that the two recipient charitable organisations include the Cyprus based Elpida Foundation – Association of Friends of Children with Cancer, and the Yum Foundation Indonesia – which has already benefited from nearly USD 200,000 of funds over the last few years from FXPRIMUS.

Speaking with regard to the company’s philanthropic efforts, FXPRIMUS CEO Terry Thompson stated

“FXPRIMUS is privileged to support worthy charitable causes such as the Elpida Foundation and Yum Indonesia. Such charitable giving would not be possible without the continued loyalty of our devoted clients and partners who support us in our mission to provide traders throughout the world with one of the safest trading environments.”

Mr. Purnama Widjajakusumah, YUM Chairperson commented:

“More than 100 disadvantaged children from the area of Cipanas, West Java (Indonesia) take part in YUM’s Tutoring & Remedial classes. This activity is crucial as many of these children are very behind in their reading and writing skills, making them vulnerable to dropping out of school. With this funding from FXPRIMUS, we will be able to provide more space for more children to participate in this activity. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!”

Photograph: FXPRIMUS’ Helen Astaniou greets charity officials in Limassol Cyprus

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