Mohsin Jameel, CEO at leading FX firm Tradenext, is forecasting that Asia’s share of the global margin FX business will increase by 12% this year.
Speaking at the iFX EXPO Asia in Macau on Thursday, Mr Jameel will say: “Globally aware investors in Asian countries including China, Thailand and Pakistan will expand their investment portfolios further into FX markets. I think that commodity derivatives will lead the way in margin products such as gold, silver and oil”.
Mohsin Jameel will join CEOs, VPs and FX specialists at one of the largest B2B exhibitions in the FX & CFD industry. His experience spans more than fifteen years in banking, insurance and the financial markets.
Mr Jameel is founder and CEO of the UK’s first Indian-owned financial services firm operating in the FX & CFD sector. Tradenext is focused on emerging markets and has been pivotal in establishing and developing new markets for FX trading.
Tradenext operates across three continents and has developed its position as a leading provider of multi-asset trading solutions through its wide array of advanced trading terminals. Tradenext was the first broker to launch the world’s first open source trading platform.
Mr Jameel has been instrumental in the growth and success of Tradenext, established in 2010. Mohsin Jameel was the recipient of the Best New Broker award at the City of London Wealth Management Awards 2013. In addition, the firm was recognised at the English Asian Business Awards as the Best New Company 2013.