ATFX Hosts Successful Seminars in Gulf Countries

A series of seminars held in different places, on19th December 2019 in Dubai; 21st December in Cairo, Egypt; 28th December in Lahore, Pakistan and final one on 10th January, 2020 in Amman, Jordan

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ATFX ended 2019 on a high note with a series of seminars held across several countries in the Gulf region. The meetings were part of a roadshow that targeted the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Pakistan and Jordan, where the company engaged with current and potential clients. 

A series of seminars held in different places, 19th December 2019 in Dubai; 21st December in Cairo, Egypt; 28th December in Lahore, Pakistan and final one on 10th January, 2020 in Amman, Jordan to complete a series of successful meetings to meet all the clients within 25 days. 

The meetings were hosted with the main goal for educating ATFX’s clients on how to find the opportunities availability in the global foreign exchange markets and the products and services offered by ATFX. A key highlight of the seminars was the introducing broker (IB) program, which most participants were excited about given the company’s commitment to growing local networks of traders. 

Ramy Abouzaid, the head of Market Analysis for the UAE, spoke at the Amman seminar explaining a various trading strategy available to traders via ATFX’s platform. He also presented the ATFX’s overarching goal of equipping traders with the right skills to trade the global financial markets given that ATFX is a non-dealing desk broker (NDD). 

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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