The Chinese forex and binary options retail market holds great potential for growth and expansion and rightly so brokers and other industry stakeholders intensify their efforts to successfully penetrate it and establish themselves in it, as was illustrated by the recent move by Tradologic to appoint a new Head of its Asian operations.
Tradologic and other firms will be also attending the next important event to take place in the region, which is the FXIC SHANGHAI, to be held on 9 and 10 December 2014, at the prestigious Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund hotel.
FXIC Shanghai is the latest addition to an established global event series and it is co-hosted by FXShell, the leading FX B2B portal in China, and Shift Forex, a New York-based FX consulting firm. The event is expected to be attended by numerous Chinese and as well as international brokers and other industry leaders and players, such as introducing brokers, banks, money managers and technology and liquidity providers, all of whom would like to capitalize on the numerous networking opportunities with top local brokers, IBs and other market participants that the event has to offer.
Moreover, due to the fact that the event will provide in-depth information on the local market, it is an ideal opportunity for those introducing global brokers, solution providers and money managers, who aspire to enter the Chinese FX and binary options market.
The event will include a series of very useful and enlightening presentations on topics such as “The Current State of Chinese Regulation”, “Challenges And Opportunities For Opening a Chinese Office” and “Chinese Market Entry Strategies For Foreign Brokers”, which will give those attending the chance to gain unique perspectives and insights on how to appropriately expand their operations in China.
Moreover, participating firms will be able not only to promote their offering but also enhance their credibility with Chinese IBs, white labels, brokers, high net worth clients, government officers, and solution providers, which will be very useful because the corporate culture of China places huge significance on building personal relationships.
It appears then that attending this event is a very smart move for all those who want to learn how to operate in China’s regulatory environment, to get useful tips on how to best approach Chinese customers and gain maximum exposure in the huge and potentially lucrative Chinese market environment.