February 1, 2018: Financial Commission, a leading external dispute resolution (EDR) organization, operated by FinaCom PLC, and serving the online forex and CFD brokerage industry, is pleased to announce a successful participation as an exhibitor at the 2018 IFX EXPO Asia.
IFX EXPO event in Hong Kong saw more than 2,500 attendees, 60+ Industry Professional Speakers and over 100 confirmed exhibitors and representatives from hundreds of financial services providers starting from the biggest IBs to top-tier retail brokers, asset managers, technology leaders, banks, hedge funds and regtech start-ups.
Participation in the IFX EXPO Asia event supports the industry and provides market participants with the chance to learn more about the Financial Commission’s role in the industry.
This includes how the organization is helping its members improve the services they offer to clients using a 3rd party dispute resolution process afforded via membership status and certification services within the Financial Commission.
Our representatives met in person with event delegates and helped answer questions while increasing industry awareness of Financial Commission’s activity.
Commenting about the event participation, Financial Commission Chairman, Peter Tatarnikov said, “We are proud to announce another successful participation in IFX EXPO and want to thank all our members and delegates at the event that showed support.”
“The Financial Commission has a proven business model for some time already, considering the number of brokers who have joined as members and technology providers who have undergone our certification, thus showing great necessity in services we providing for our clients from the side of Forex market participants.”
Mr. Tatarnikov added: “Our proven approach to remedying complaints and commitment to education and best practices are some of the reasons that significant interest continues to be shown from both brokerages and platform technology developers who see the benefits of joining Financial Commission to enhance their own self-regulatory efforts”.