ATFX Hosts a Series of Branding Seminars in Southeast Asia, Vietnam the latest

Maria Nikolova

ATFX has continued its commitment of educating its traders and IBs by conducting a series of seminars in Southeast Asia.

The established online trading brokerage continues to concentrate its efforts on Southeast Asia, including countries such as Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Vietnam. And following a successive start to 2018 that included hosting seminars across the region, ATFX has continued its principled commitment of educating its traders and IBs by conducting a series of seminars in Southeast Asia. The sessions are free and educate its participants about alternative investment options and how to go about putting that knowledge into practice.

ATFX’s first seminar in Vietnam was held on July 22, 2018, and was exclusively tailored to both new and veteran trader and IBs, where close to 200 traders and IBs attended. Mr. Jason Tee, ATFX’s Southeast Business Development Manager, discussed matters crucial to the IB business realm including how to operate a successful IB business with a global partner that is highly established in Southeast Asia, market opportunities in multi-asset trading, and strategic partnerships.

Mr. Martin Lam, ATFX’s Chief Analyst for the Asia Pacific region, who has over 18 years of experience in the FX market. His topic was titled “Learn the basics of risk management and how to apply into your trading plan”. This topic was of an introductory nature, explaining the FX market, avoiding the usual pitfalls that could lead to losses with effective risk management tools, and the latest market trends.

Mr. Van Cong An, Sales Manager of Vietnam office also discussed at the seminar was the importance of B2B partnerships across the Southeast Asia region, and how brokerages can support large-scale IBs and introduce the latest promotion program which is tailor-made for IBs.

ATFX received much positive feedback from the traders and IBs and the expanding network built with them. One of the IBs stated that “It’s Excellent, it gave me a greater understanding of how to be a good IB partner and work with their business. I would definitely recommend ATFX’s seminar.”

The recent series of seminars are in line with ATFX’s belief that such training will provide traders and IBs with enough knowledge to make proper decisions, and increase their skill sets such that overcoming any hurdles in trading the financial markets will be done with greater ease. The leading financial company is set to continue holding regular seminars for the remainder of 2018.

Legal: ATFX is a trading name of AT Global Markets Limited (ATGM, registration number 24226 IBC 2017). ATGM is an International Business Company in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Registered address is: The Financial Services Centre, Stoney Ground, Kingstown, St. Vincent & the Grenadines.

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