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Professional portfolio manager has joined RoboForex European team

04.10.2016 / 12:16

Dear Clients and Partners!

We’re pleased to inform you that RoboForex (CY) Ltd continues working on improvement of trading conditions and services provided to its European clients. According to Konstantin Rashap, RoboForex development manager in Europe, strengthening positions on the German market is one of the Company’s high-priority tasks, which is done successfully.

One of the highlights of the RoboForex representative office operation in Germany is the cooperation with Juergen Wunner, a professional portfolio manager, who has got a huge store of knowledge and experience. Behind him, the Company’s new partner has a lot of experience as a fund manager in such internationally known and respectable companies as Commerzbank, Deutsche Bank, Nomura, managing assets up to 700 million EUR.

Our clients from Europe have an exceptional opportunity to meet Mr. Wunner personally:

Germany and German-speaking countries

Early October

- webinars/trading sessions

Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia

October 18th – 22nd

- Seminar on "How the USA elections may influence the financial markets and what to do to prepare for it"

We’re very glad to have Mr. Wunner on our friendly European team of professionals, because his experience will surely be useful both for clients and the Company, especially when it comes to promotion of our new project, trading on the US stock market, which was well received by our European clients.

RoboForex development manager in Europe
Konstantin Rashap