Forex rally assures of cheap transactions, rewards local traders
Forex Rally, an international foreign exchange (forex) broker has rewarded 14 local traders who participated in its just concluded promotion.
The promo, which ran for three months began in November 2015, with the aim of helping local traders achieve their financial goals through knowledge and support.
Speaking at the award ceremony in Lagos, Chief Executive Officer, ForexRally, Artem Trofymenko, described the promotion as the most lucrative in its offering of prizes.
Trofymenko said the company is providing cutting edge technology at low transaction costs with array of financial instruments to give interested Nigerians unmatched trading experience.
According to him, the company would also provide an array of free educational resources to empower traders with access to global forex industry expertise. “This platform would give empowerment opportunities to youths with little initial capital,” he said.
Also, the General Manager, ForexRally Nigeria, Micheal Akinwale, said the company held a trading competition among its participants with a promise that trader with the highest number of points on April 29, would be rewarded.
Akinwale said that for a limited period of time zero deposit of N5,000 was available immediately for Nigerians to trade.He said that the gesture was part of the company’s vision to continue to give Nigerians opportunities to take part in the international financial market.
“In fact anyone interested in trading in the international market just needs to open an account and will get N5,000 bonus instantly.“We designed this campaign to stimulate the trading landscape in Nigeria and offer opportunity to those who want to expand their incomes.
He reiterated the company’s commitment to offering clients reliable and secure service to build a complete financial portfolio that empowers Nigerians to achieve financial freedom.
The highpoint of the event was the emergence of the grand prize winner, Harry Williams, who won a Toyota Hilux vehicle.
Williams, an accountant, said he won the competition because of his full commitment to the programme.
He urged Nigerians especially youths to key into the programme and consider it as a source of personal finance.
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