Kama Capital brings Acuity’s AI-powered market insights to Middle East

Rick Steves

“We believe this strategic alliance will not only reshape the way financial decisions are made in the region but also set the stage for a future where data-driven, informed trading becomes the norm.”

Kama Capital has partnered with Acuity Trading to set a new benchmark in providing advanced trading tools and educational materials to its client base.

The premier Middle East-based brokerage firm has tapped AI-driven market insights provider Acuity Trading as its gears up to serve as the title sponsor for the upcoming Dubai Forex Expo in September.

Acuity Trading augments Kama Capital’s current offerings with AI-driven insights

Pioneering AI-driven insights in the MENA region is expected to further cement Kama Capital’s position as a significant player in the regional financial market landscape.

Kama Capital provides a wide range of derivative products, including currencies, major indices, spot CFDs, futures, oil, energy, metals, and commodities. The partnership will augment Kama Capital’s current offerings with Acuity’s AI-driven insights, thereby enhancing their clients’ ability to navigate the dynamic financial markets effectively.

As a result, clients can look forward to receiving more intuitive and detailed market insights to inform their trading decisions, thereby positioning themselves optimally in the fast-paced trading environment.

AI-powered market insights in MENA region

Khaldoun Hilal, CEO of Kama Capital, said: “We are thrilled to announce our strategic collaboration with Acuity, as we believe it will empower our clients with the best tools and educational materials to trade with confidence in the market. At our core, we are dedicated to putting our clients’ needs first, and this collaboration aligns perfectly with that objective.

“By integrating Acuity’s advanced technology and sophisticated materials, we are taking a significant step towards fulfilling our vision of providing unparalleled resources and empowering our clients with the tools they need to succeed. Together, we will continue to drive innovation and deliver exceptional value to our clients.”

Andrew Lane, CEO Acuity Trading, commented: “We are incredibly excited to join forces with Kama Capital, a highly respected player in the Middle East’s financial sector. This collaboration will blend Acuity’s innovative, AI-powered market insights with Kama Capital’s strong regional presence and customer-centric approach.

“The Middle East is a vibrant, rapidly evolving financial market, and through this partnership, we aim to equip traders in the region with the most advanced tools and insights to navigate the dynamic trading landscape confidently.

“We believe this strategic alliance will not only reshape the way financial decisions are made in the region but also set the stage for a future where data-driven, informed trading becomes the norm. Together with Kama Capital, we look forward to driving innovation and enhancing customer experience.”

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