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JOHANNESBURG – ACM Gold & Forex won the award for the best forex broker in Africa by the Middle East & North Africa Forex 2012 Managed Funds and Investment Opportunities Summit.
Held on the 15-16 November 2012 at the Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai, delegates to the MENA 10th Forex summit voted on which forex company merits an award whereafter the results were announced at the summit. The award was handed over by Katia Tayar, the founder and president of the Arabcom Group in UAE during a gala dinner attended by forex and investment professionals.
Held annually, the summit brings together institutional investors and fund management companies to discuss the region’s economy, regulatory reforms, and investment opportunities. The event was attended by more than 1000 delegates including hedge fund advisors, commodity trading advisors, fund of funds, institutional investors, private banking, investment banks, capital management, forex brokers, advisors, financial news and service providers.
More than 20 participants were competing for the best forex broker award. ACM Gold won the award due to its strict regulation adherence, launch of new innovative products in the region combined with exceptionally good customer service.
According to Dr. Andre Naude, COO of ACM Gold and Forex Trading (Pty) Ltd., winning the award for the best forex broker in Africa will enhance the credibility of the business in the region and allow the company to leverage this award in its marketing and promotions.
“We are very pleased to have won this award, since it maps us a major forex broker, and a company that focuses on emerging markets,” says Naude.
“ACM Gold has recently entered the Middle East region and we are hoping to make an impact in this region. We want to be a known as a trustworthy brand in the Middle East and North African investment market in the coming months,” continues Naude.
The MENA region is growing rapidly and has 5.0% share in world’s total GDP. GDP in the geography is projected to grow at 4.2% in 2012. It is anticipated that in the next couple of years the region’s growth will outpace many developed economies and that this growth rate will be sustained. The area’s markets also maintain a strong liquidity, making it an attractive proposition for investors.
It was the first time ACM is participating in the summit. The company will continue to support the event in years to come as the region grows in importance.
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