AAAFx Attends Finance Magnates London Summit 2022

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Leading global multi-asset broker, AAAFx, participated at the Finance Magnates London Summit 2022 as the Sweet Spot Sponsor, Water Sponsor and Exhibitor.

Leading multi-asset broker, AAAFx, participated in the Finance Magnates London Summit 2022, held at Old Billingsgate, London, on November 21-23. The zero-commission broker was the Sweet Spot and Water Sponsor for the event, as well as an exhibitor. The much-awaited financial expo offered AAAFx excellent opportunities to showcase its value proposition, connect with other industry professionals and build meaningful relationships.


Taking the Financial Sector into the Future

The London Summit, one of the most prestigious events for the financial services, payments, fintech and crypto markets, celebrated its 10th anniversary this year. 

The agenda for the 3-day event was packed with insightful sessions from thought leaders on the areas that are most critical to the industry at present and can define the future roadmap. Being part of such a prestigious summit, both as a sponsor and exhibitor, was a very fulfilling experience for the AAAFx team.

“Being part of the FMLS was a rewarding experience. Not only were we able to showcase our offerings to a global audience, but we were also able to be part of an illustrious group of industry and thought leaders focused on taking the financial and fintech sectors into the future. We look forward to building on the relationships forged during the event and participating in future such events,” stated Panagiotis Tanampasidis, Managing Director.

A Commitment to Excellence

AAAFx, which is celebrating its 15th year in the industry in 2022, has created a strong reputation with its commitment to integrity, transparency and a client-first focus. To ensure the best possible trading conditions for every trader, the broker offers raw spreads starting at just 0.0 pips and the fastest execution speeds. 

The brokerage firm offers traders 200+ trading instruments across a wide range of asset classes, including forex, indices, stocks, commodities and cryptocurrencies. Live 24/5 support ensures that traders can access prompt and responsive support, so that they never miss out on a trading opportunity.

AAAFx, led by a team of highly experienced professionals, constantly innovates to bring the best trading tools and conditions for its clients. Its strong belief in business ethics and client-first approach has helped the broker win multiple accolades. In 2022 alone, AAAFx bagged the “Best FX Service Provider” award at Forex Expo Dubai and the “Most Transparent Broker” award at the Ultimate Fintech Awards.

Regulated under multiple jurisdictions, the brokerage offers its world-class services in 176 countries. One of its primary commitments is to safeguard trader funds, which it does through the segregation of client funds and negative balance protection. AAAFx also holds regular internal and external compliance audits to review the application of client asset procedures.

 Talk to the AAAFx team to learn more about AAAFx and its services.

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