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Next Generation Brokerage Firm, EXANTE, Leads Delegation to Libya
02/03/2013 01:12:00
EXANTE Ltd is organizing a business delegation to discuss and market the benefits of EXANTE’s online financial trading platform and the advantages it would bring to the growth of the Libyan economy.

The trading platform was designed entirely by EXANTE and is potentially a game-changer for the industry. Currently, it has over 40 investment management companies, managing over 100 funds.

The one-point-click model gives investors the opportunity to invest directly in those funds. More importantly, for hedge fund managers they can trade fast and efficiently, across asset classes, in addition to benefiting from the marketing opportunities that arise from listing and potentially attracting new investors.

EXANTE Limited is based in Malta and was founded in March 2011 with the aim to give its clients access to a broad range of financial instruments and markets as well as access to EXANTEs in-depth research capabilities. The delegation will be in Libya for the first week of March 2013.

“Libya is now in a unique position for restructuring. The financial industry in Libya needs to adapt to new trends and train its personnel on the new forms of financial trading using new scientific measures and EXANTE unique platform and products can play a major role in this restructuring” states Dr. Abdalla Kablan, who is the Vice President of Research and Accounts Management at EXANTE Ltd and who will be part of the delegation.


 

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