LEANWORK to host Traders Fair on October 26 in Singapore

Maria Nikolova

Traders Fair is organized by FINEXPO, the largest financial and trading events, fairs, expos and shows organizer worldwide.

Traders Fair is organized by FINEXPO, the largest financial and trading events, fairs, expos and shows organizer worldwide. This trade show is going to cover the following countries: Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia and Philippines. The first B2B exhibition will be held on 26th Oct 2018 in Singapore, including two exhibition halls: FX and digital assets.

Traders Fair has connected with a lot of financial companies and brokers/ traders from Forex, stock, option and digital asset markets from all around the world.

LEANWORK, being a competitive Fin-tech company based in Asia, will take the pleasure to be part of the Traders Fair in Singapore.

Subject to the tightening regulation and supervision of the international financial markets, contraction of the retail industries, plus the institutionalization of Europe and North America markets, it makes Asia become a very potential retail market. The Asia market has been growing under a lot of attention.

The Asia-Pacific region comprised more than 55% of the global population, the large proportion of young labor associated with a substantial demographic dividend. Asia area also has massive of Internet user, 49 out of 100 Internet users come from Asia, countries/cities with favorable foreign-exchange reserves such as China, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, India etc.

The globalization in Asia market and the growth of Foreign Direct Investment increased the demand for investment tools like FOREX and DIGICCY in Asia, especially emerging markets like China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines.

Whether you are a reputed broker firm from the U.K., Australia, Cyprus, Russia or a start-up firm in Asia, the recent trend is to explore the market in Asia. The Asian market offers a large demographic dividend, together with the massive demand in the market and the rapidly growth of online transactions, a lot of securities dealers are expecting to “share the pie”.

LEAN WORK is a well-established Fin-tech company in Asia, aiming at growing with the market trends. Combining the experiences and researches, in order to provide a professional, reliable and efficient system that covers CRM, IB management, trading account management, risk management, mobile trading portal and all kinds of API with different solutions, fully suffice the needs of all kinds operation.

LEAN WORK offers mature and well-developed products. With its stable performance, flexible program, excellent services and systems that highly- adapted to Asia market, they have been rewarded a good reputation among the clients from the globe, as well as the industry.

Only four years since its establishment, LEAN WORK has been serving over 500 securities firms and became one of biggest Fin- tech solution supplier around the world. Its system can be easily applied on different region and monitoring system, it has successfully placed in Singapore MAS, Hong Kong SFC, U.K FCA, Cyprus Cysec, Australia ASIC, New Zealand FMA, Thailand SET etc.

At the moment, LEAN WORK has set up offices in Singapore and Hong Kong, aiming to take over more locations. LEAN WORK is committed to offer well-developed, stable, and localized products, help to build the brand, explore the Asia market and improve the revenue for its clients.

Come join us on 26th Oct in Singapore, let’s explore! 

Address: Suntec Convention Centre1 Raffles Blvd, Suntec City, Singapore 039593

Booth: S8

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