Multi-asset broker Exness has been named as a Titanium Sponsor of the upcoming Forex Expo in Dubai. The Expo, scheduled to take place at Dubai World Trade Center on 26 and 27 September, is the largest trading event in the MENA region and is widely recognized by the trading community worldwide.
This is the 6th edition of Forex Expo Dubai, attracting thousands of visitors from within the industry. Exness has been a valuable supporter of the event from the beginning. This year, Exness will sponsor the Business Lounge, offering attendees networking space between session breaks, snacks and refreshments, as well as the exhibition’s high-tech booth.
The leading broker will also take part in discussions about the industry’s future landscape. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn firsthand from Exness Chief Customer Officer Damian Bunce, who will deliver a private session about Liquidity Fragmentation and the Impact of Transparency.
“Events like the Forex Expo Dubai provide a crucial opportunity for industry players to come together, connect with clients and partners and share valuable insights that will shape the future of our sector”, said Damian Bunce, Exness Chief Customer Officer. He added: “We couldn’t be more excited to support such an esteemed event, one that celebrates our industry and contributes to its progress.”
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. Exness’ identity and commitment to the two worlds of technology and ethics, as well as its loyal client base which counts over 600,000 active traders are key drivers of the global brand. Today, Exness records over $4.5 trillion in monthly trading volume and has set its focus on a strategic expansion to new corners of the world.
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