RADEX MARKETS launches charitable project via 25% Cashback Bonus Program

Rick Steves

RADEX MARKETS has announced a partnership with the Mongolian non-profit organisation, Lantuun Dohio, to kick off its SAVE+ Project to raise awareness for helping minorities around the world from the financial corporation’s perspective.

Lantuun Dohio is dedicated to avoiding human trafficking and child abuse and the SAVE+ Project is RADEX MARKETS’ statement for social responsibility.

By inviting the broker’s users to join the project, RADEX MARKETS hopes to bring up awareness of helping minorities. The amount collected from this project will be donated to the Mongolian NGO on a quarterly basis.

RADEX MARKETS encourages users to donate

Henry Huang, the Marketing Director of RADEX MARKETS, said: “We never limit ourselves. We eager to provide a lot more than just financial service. SAVE+ Project is just a starting point for RADEX MARKETS to fulfil our commitment to make the world a better place. To carry out corporate social responsibilities, RADEX MARKETS is now inviting traders to respond to the charity project SAVE+.”

When traders participate in RADEX MARKETS’ 25% Cashback Bonus Program, they will have the option to donate part or all of the cashback bonus earned to the non-profit organisations in aids of the minorities. All the donations collected will be donated to LANTUUN DOHIO on a quarterly basis.

The initial phase of the SAVE+ Project for RADEX MARKETS is collaborating with the Mongolian NGO LANTUUN DOHIO which strives to mitigate human trafficking and protect children from violence, neglect, abuse and unfair treatment. According to UNICEF, 47% of Mongolian children have experienced violent discipline. However, it is believed that the statistics only reflects part of the true story. Since 2016, LANTUUN DOHIO has established a child protection and development centre in Mongolia named “Magic Mongolia,” providing a temporary shelter, counseling and legal services to children in need until returning to safe environments.

For RADEX MARKETS, the SAVE+ Project is a long-term project that embraces corporate social responsibility. The broker will continue to collaborate with various non-profit organisations around the world in the years to come, hoping to encourage its clients to participate in the charity project and help those in need.

With only a few steps, traders can easily make a contribution. On the 25% Cashback Promotion page in the client portal (My RM), traders can choose between two donation percentages to opt in to the project. For more information about RADEX MARKETS’ collaboration with LANTUUN DOHIO, please visit SAVE+’s webpage or RADEX MARKETS’ official website.

RADEX MARKETS is operated by GO Markets

RADEX Markets is an international Forex and CFD broker based in Seychelles, and a trading name under GO Markets International Ltd Co. The brokerage firm provides a platform to trade financial products, such as Forex, Metals, CFD/Indices and Share CFDs.

GO Markets originally started its activity as one of Australia’s first MT4 forex brokers, but then enhanced its offering dramatically. While GO Markets is headquartered in Australia, the company has expanded its proposal through international entities operating in Cyprus, Dubai, Mauritius, Seychelles and other countries. It also has an office in London.

The platforms range includes the most popular forex trading terminal, Metatrader 4, and its newest version MetaTrader 5. Additionally, you can access third-party applications and add-ons, all available free of charge. GO Markets’ clients can embed services provided by Autochartist, a-Quant and Trading Central.

On top of its outstanding regulatory profile, GO Markets segregates client deposits from company own funds. ASIC entity offers negative balance protection.

It is worth mentioning that the regulatory protection offered by these jurisdictions is significantly different. Most traders, however, will find the regulatory environment in Australia and Cyprus equally satisfactory.

Mauritius, Seychelles and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an option for active traders requiring less restrictive trading conditions and higher leverage.

Our full review of GO Markets, here.

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