World’s largest multi-asset broker, Exness, attends Lisbon Web Summit 2023

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

The world’s largest multi-asset broker, Exness, has just announced its attendance at the Lisbon Web Summit 2023, taking place November 13-16 at the Altice Arena.

Damian Bunce Exness

Exness will be represented by its Chief Customer Officer, Damian Bunce, who will be giving a masterclass on disruptive technologies in capital markets. Titled “Fintech decoded: disruptive tech in capital markets”, the masterclass will assess the impact and role that technology has played in the shaping of modern-day capital markets, taking a look at the history of how and why we got to this modern-day phenomenon, and how some of the best developers in the world have gravitated to this fast-paced industry.

“Disruption over the last two decades across equities, FX, and now crypto markets, has meant increasingly advanced solutions have had to evolve to keep pace with both consumer and regulatory demand. What was once possible to convey by hand signals, is now replaced by acres of hardware servers catering for 2500 price updates per second.” Mr Bunce commented.

“We are excited to share in the narrative behind the riveting world of fintech, at what Forbes has called “the best technology conference on the planet”. A celebration of brilliant minds and innovation, the Web Summit is a natural place for us to be, and we look forward to seeing what this year has in store for everyone.”

Exness is a global multi-asset broker which uses a unique combination of technology and ethics to create a favorable market for traders and raise the industry benchmark. Exness’ ethos and vision revolve around the concept of offering its clients a frictionless trading experience, by bringing to life the financial markets in the way they should be experienced. Today, Exness is recognised as the largest retail market maker, with a monthly trading volume of over $4 trillion and a loyal client base which counts over 600,000 active traders.

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