ATFX Visits Elderly Home and Delivers its Love to Those in Need

The charity event was held on the 26th of May, with the financial services company sponsoring the delicious lunch which included a variety of Malaysian and Chinese dishes, as well as special gifts for them. In all, nearly 70 elderly people and more than 40 staff of Aged Care Home shared the joy of the festival together.

ATFX has been actively fulfilling their corporate social responsibilities and are committed to participating in various social welfare activities. Through different types of charity actions, they are devoted to offering care to the community. As Malaysia’s New Year Festival approaches, ATFX’s team of volunteers and IBs have organised a charity visit to offer the festive gifts to elderly people in need and sharing their love with them.

To visit the elders of Hillville Aged Care Home is ATFX‘s first charity event in Malaysia. The charity event was held on the 26th of May, with the financial services company sponsoring the delicious lunch which included a variety of Malaysian and Chinese dishes, as well as special gifts for them. In all, nearly 70 elderly people and more than 40 staff of Aged Care Home shared the joy of the festival together.

In recent years, ATFX has put its development focus on Southeast Asian business and is particularly concerned about people who need its help in those countries, and hence cooperating with welfare organizations in the region. This particular event was led by Mr. Keith Lee, Chief Executive Officer of AT Global Malaysia, with ATFX’s team of volunteers in Malaysia consisting of ATFX staff, IBs and their families.

Mr. Lee said, “This visit is particularly meaningful to us because we launched our first Malaysia office in Johor Bahru, where this Aged Care Home also presides. ATFX has grown rapidly over the past year and has already opened offices since entering Southeast Asia in 2017, and as a result we are very familiar with these communities. The visit provided us with another opportunity to get in touch with the neighborhood and it has meant a lot to us. On the one hand, we can serve the people who need our help, while also enhancing the relationship among colleagues and deliver our service mission to IBs.”

In the future, ATFX will not only provide financial seminars to educate its clients and IBs, but also hopes to organize more charity events across Asia.

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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