ATFX donates face masks to clients in Asia

ATFX has launched this initiative as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy, whose primary goal is to serve communities in the best way possible. Some of the other CSR projects undertaken by ATFX are in areas such as education and other social welfare programmes.

ATFX takes Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) very seriously and is donating free face masks to its Asian clients. Socio-economic conditions imposed by the outbreak of coronavirus have made for uncertain times. Collective thinking must be in order and health put as the number one priority.

Therefore, ATFX has started giving face masks to its clients in Asian countries that are most affected by the coronavirus outbreak. The broker has already donated masks to clients in China, Malaysia and Korea as part of this initiative.

The company is distributing the masks for free to support its clients who are battling the disease and who have limited access to them. Due to a limited supply and the requirement of masks for health professionals we can only provide to a number of countries. We endeavour to use all our resources to help our clients in anyway possible.

ATFX has already dispatched the first consignment of masks to China, Malaysia and Korea and will try its level best to reach more clients in the following shipments.

The broker has launched this initiative as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy, whose primary goal is to serve communities in the best way possible. Some of the other CSR projects undertaken by ATFX are in areas such as education and other social welfare programmes.

ATFX understands the difficult times that most countries are having as they try to contain the coronavirus pandemic, this is why the broker launched its latest CSR project. ATFX understands the importance of community, which is why it continues to give back to those that have supported the business over the years.

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