TradeSocio Gets Set For Dubai

“Dubai is fully embracing the concept of disruptive fintech technology and therefore we’re eager to showcase exactly what TradeSocio’s powerful Alpha Suite platform can really do” says Alexander Degtyarev, Senior Business Development Manager EMEA for TradeSocio

Following an extensive and successful world tour, leading fintech company TradeSocio are again boarding the plane for a trip to Dubai.

The international team will be in the UAE from 25th – 29th March 2018 allowing a full working week to meet brokers and spread the word about TradeSocio’s innovative Alpha Suite platform which is designed to fast-track and streamline the investment process.

Having done the rounds in Hong Kong, Cyprus, Moscow, Singapore and Shanghai, the company now hopes to connect with brokers in Dubai who have operational offices in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

Accompanying CEO Wael Salem to Dubai, will be Mr Alexander Degtyarev – Senior Business Development Manager EMEA for TradeSocio. Mr Degtyarev has a decade of experience in financial services and technology sales in London, Cyprus and Europe and has a deep understanding on how to help brokerages achieve success. He will be joined by Mr Karam Miyrsh, Business Development Executive, who brings with him years of experience from the financial industry in both Cyprus and the Middle East.

Speaking of the imminent networking opportunity in Dubai, Mr Degtyarev said:

“Dubai is fully embracing the concept of disruptive fintech technology and therefore we’re eager to showcase exactly what TradeSocio’s powerful Alpha Suite platform can really do. We look forward to meeting with thought leaders from the investment sector and to show brokers how our technology can increase their acquisitions and boost retention. Shared experiences and potential collaborations keep us motivated and if our past trip to Asia is anything to go by we will enjoy a positive reception in Dubai.” 

With the same enthusiasm for the upcoming tour, Mr Miyrsh added:

“Dubai is a forward thinking, tech-savvy country. It’s the ideal place to form mutually beneficial relationships with some of the world’s leading brokers and financial services providers – and as our technology has international appeal we’re sure the capabilities of Alpha Suite will be appreciated. There’s something for everyone within the investment ecosystem and by being on the ground in Dubai we can clearly explain the benefits of such a unique fintech concept.”

Based in Singapore, and with offices in Cyprus and India, TradeSocio is a thought leading fintech enterprise founded in 2015. Offering state-of-the-art disruptive technological solutions, the company provides clients with the right tools to make well-informed investment decisions with the Alpha Suite platform connecting brokers with fund managers and traders. The four main products which make up the advanced Alpha Suite platform will be demonstrated in Dubai and include: Alpha Funds, Alpha Broker, Alpha Business Introducer and Alpha Investor.

Mr Salem added “Our team is witnessing a great increase in fintech adoption throughout Dubai. Every broker wants the best tools possible to succeed against his competitors and we are keen to provide them. We are also available to meet with prospective partners whilst on our trip.”

Alpha Suite links key players within the financial sector and has been recognised as a thought-leading investment initiative with a global audience. While brokers and introducing agents can access new customers, fund managers can manage their funds with ease and traders can quickly connect their trading accounts and learn from other experienced traders. In short, Alpha 2017 provides a new way for ordinary people to access high quality funds and simplifies the investment process for all stakeholders. Find out more here.

Those looking to connect with TradeSocio’s international team before or during their Dubai tour can do so via their website or their Facebook page. TradeSocio’s representatives will be happy to arrange meetings and showcase the full benefits of their fintech suite in person.

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