Firm partners public for better opportunities
A global brokerage firm, Exness, has emphasised the need to bridge gaps created in brokerage services.
Educating partners and stakeholders at a gathering in Lagos, Exness stressed that there is information, especially financial services that stakeholders can use to empower themselves.
Exness said stakeholders can leverage its wide range of financial instruments, including currency pairs, metals, cryptocurrencies, energies, indices, stocks.
It also assured partners that all the businesses are done at the highest level of transparency, which, according to them, differentiates them from others in the same sector.
According to the Marketing Manager, sub-Sahara in Africa, Adetayo Kenedy, the partnership was an initiative of Exness to educate and empower people concerning their products and an opportunity for them to earn.
“Instead of us doing it all by ourselves, we are empowering other partners by educating them because they are closer to the people so they too can educate others and everyone can earn.”
Regional Director for Exness, sub-Sahara in Africa, Paul Margarites, said: “We want to grow this market which is really active, a lot of people have found us and we are glad we have come. We are looking to form relationships with the people on ground in Nigeria and work for a better future together and to ultimately provide the customers in the country with a platform where they can trade, feel safe and enjoy themselves as traders.”
Awards were presented to partners John Greatman Noah, Great McAnthony and Henry Peter Smith that won at the event.
Checks revealed that as of March 2021, Exness’ clients’ monthly trading volume reached $930.4 billion and their active traders around the world surpassed 187,000.