GMT markets celebrates the launch of their new retail trading services!

Following Brenden Gunn’s Speech, Professor He-Ling Shi from Monash University was invited to the stage for his speech. Professor He-Ling Shi was ranked among the best 25 economists in Australia during 1988-2000 by the American Economic Association.

On the 8th of August 2018, over 250 VIP guests had attended GMT Markets dinner Gala to celebrate the launch of their new retail trading services at the Grand Hyatt hotel Melbourne. Previously, GMT Markets had only focused on institutional clients, now they are ready to get their retail Forex game on!


The Dinner Gala started off with a spectacular song ‘stand by me’ by Ben E King.  Mr Arthur Liu the managing director of GMT Markets delivered a delightful speech to welcome distinguished guests after the song was played.

 

GMT Markets Responsible manager Brendan Gunn had given a speech right after Arthur Liu, stating that GMT markets has the potential to become one of the best financial trading providers in the Asia pacific region.

Following Brenden Gunn’s Speech, Professor He-Ling Shi from Monash University was invited to the stage for his speech. Professor He-Ling Shi was ranked among the best 25 economists in Australia during 1988-2000 by the American Economic Association. GMT Markets managing director Arthur Liu had quoted it was a great honour to have Dr He-ling Shi as our exclusive Macro-economic advisor.


The glorious ribbon cutting ceremony was accompanied by GMT Markets board of directors and key responsible managers as well as the Melbourne city council official Kevin Louey.

Tonight’s event was sponsored by Waverley BMW, Porsche Centre Melbourne, Anying lending, Nunawading Toyota, Jace Auto, Melbourne City Volvo, Mercedes-Benz Waverley and Moyan Jishan (Birds nest). These exclusive business partners provided VIP guests with exciting gifts during GMT market’s lucky draw which held throughout the dinner gala.

*Chinese traditional folk music.

Finally, GMT Markets ended the night with the classical song ‘The horses’ by Daryl Braithwaite.

About GMT Markets

GMT Markets is a provider of Forex & CFD trading services in Australia and has held an Australian Financial Services Licence since 2011 (AFSL: 400364). GMT Markets is based in Melbourne and have operations running across the Asia Pacific such as Greater China, Hong Kong and Singapore.

GMT Markets provides a one-stop financial service for retail and institutional clients which includes the latest trading tools, true customer service, a user-friendly platform and most of all, hundreds of financial trading products such as Forex, Commodities Futures, Index, Precious Metals, Cryptocurrencies and Share CFDs.

For more information, please visit: www.gmtmarkets.com.au

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