With two months to go until the next big event in the forex and binary options industry, excitement is culminating and the available spots for sponsorship or securing a booth as an exhibitor are being filled fast.
The latest firm to announce its participation is CurrentDesk, whose staff members will be available to discuss the challenges that brokers face and to present CurrentDesk’s solutions, namely CurrentRisk, their reconciliation and risk management tool, as well as CurrentBusiness, which is an integrated CRM, back office, treasury and compliance system.
The iFX EXPO International 2014, which will take place in Limassol Cyprus between 27 and 29 May 2014 is an even not to be missed by anyone who participates or is interested in the retail financial services sector. A quick preview of the event’s agenda is revealing of the very interesting and useful topics that will be covered, which are bound to attract the attention of a great number of industry professionals. The first panel discussion on day one of the event will deal with the different approached to managing a sales team and will touch upon remuneration, management strategies and motivation as methods for handling a successful sales team in the FX industry.
The first day’s keynote speech concerns the issues of the culture and behavior of traders and through figures and observations will provide invaluable insights into how traders trade and what conclusions are derived from their behavior.
The first day of the event will come to a close with a panel where the FX industry’s leading technology providers will discuss the best trading solutions in an ever-changing environment and present the different options available in order to meet the emerging challenges.
Day two of the expo will set off with a presentation on the topic of the era of the automatic broker. Focusing on real time dialogues with customers and retention activity, the presentation will touch upon how automated processes reduce costs and mistakes made by humans, while at the same time optimizing the conversion and retention processes.
The second and final day of the event also includes three very interesting panels. The first will feature leading marketing specialists talking about penetrating the Chinese and other important Asian markets. The second panel will address the issue of regulatory changes, such as the EMIR and how they affect brokers, advising brokers on how to use such changes to their benefit.
Last but not least and being responsive to the most recent trend, the final panel will deal with the onset of digital currencies and their possible effect on the FX industry, trying to discern whether brokers and technology providers should prepare for this and how.
As the event is anticipated to be very popular due to the high standards of its participants and agenda, those interest to attend are advised to make the relevant arrangements as soon as possible.