TopFX Attends Smart Vision Investment Expo in Egypt and Receives Award for Best Prime Trading Broker

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

TopFX, a CFDs broker with a 12-year presence in the industry, exhibited at the 3-day Smart Vision Investment Expo in Egypt on November 3rd, 5th and 6th. The Smart Vision Investment Expo is one of the biggest financial market events in the Middle East and holds the Top 50 in Financial Markets awards.

TopFX’s MENA team arrived at the Four Seasons hotel in Alexandria for the first day of the exhibition. They met many potential clients and continued to expand their understanding of the market demands in the Middle East, just like they did at the Forex Expo in Dubai last month. In addition, their team presented all the advantages of trading with TopFX, including their low spreads, state-of-the-art platforms and high-speed trade execution.

On November 5th, CEO Alex Katsaros and the MENA team arrived at the Nile Ritz hotel in Cairo and set up TopFX’s amazingly designed booth for days two and three. Moreover, Alex Katsaros held an informative seminar on the importance of risk management in trading, and many were eager to learn from his 10+ years of experience in the industry. 

The Smart Vision Investment Expo also held the ‘Top 50 in the Financial Markets’ award ceremony, and TopFX was honoured to receive the Best Prime Trading Broker award! In addition, their CEO Alex Katsaros also received the CEO of the Year award. It was well-deserved, as he has been making a measurable impact as CEO by leading the firm’s institutional and retail arms while also driving the global expansion of TopFX in various regions.

TopFX was delighted to be a part of the Smart Vision Investment Expo, as they met other leaders of the financial industry and clients who wanted to discover more about the company. In addition, TopFX will attend the Traders Fair in Vietnam, held on December 10th, aiming to further expand its global footprint by building its international teams.

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