ATFX to Participate Once Again in the Philippines

The event, which combines thousands of sponsors, participants, speakers, and attendees under one roof, was primarily be focused on retail traders and IBs in South East Asia.  Gala Dinner is a great opportunity for industry leaders to discuss the latest market updates, whilst simultaneously offering its participants a chance to network with seniors in the industry.

 

ATFX organized a series of seminars and participated in various financial expos this year, including an event in Malaysia last month, and in Taiwan, Thailand and the Philippines the month before.  And following what has been a successful contribution in the Philippines, ATFX has its eyes set out on participating for the first time in the country’s Traders Fair.

The event, which combines thousands of sponsors, participants, speakers, and attendees under one roof, was primarily be focused on retail traders and IBs in South East Asia.  Gala Dinner is a great opportunity for industry leaders to discuss the latest market updates, whilst simultaneously offering its participants a chance to network with seniors in the industry.

ATFX was not only be the biggest sponsor – the Diamond sponsor to be exact – and participant, but have two experts who have been invited by the organizers to speak at its seminars.  

Martin Lam, Chief Analyst of Asia Pacific for ATFX, has discussed how market sentiment influences global market fluctuations and crises. Holding degrees in finance, economics, as well as accounting, Mr. Lam has over 17 years of experience in the financial and investment industry.  

Carrying an ASIC consulting license, he has advised and trained regarding trading CFD’s, and features constantly on both China’s CCTV and Hong Kong’s NowTV financial channels.

ATFX’s other speaker, Jason Tee, is a South East Asia Business Development Manager for the financial services company.  He discussed how to earn pips using indicators, in line with over six years of experience in forex trading that earned him a top spot amongst over 1800 traders in an international forex contest.   

Both Mr. Lam and Mr. Tee continue ATFX’s belief that educating traders on success in the financial markets are important to enhancing traders’ strategies, and previous seminars have been successful in introducing different kinds of trading instruments and the latest market strategies to go alongside them.  The feedback has been very positive, as significant benefit is derived from ATFX’s services.

With that in mind, the leading financial services company is looking to organize and participate in more events in the near future, continuing its company culture of educating and training both IBs and traders, a principle ATFX firmly believes in.  

Legal: ATFX is a trading name of AT Global Markets Limited (ATGM, registration number 224226 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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