TradeNext to promote financial literacy at London Mela

TradeNext to promote financial literacy at London Mela

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(PRWEB UK) 28 August 2014

TradeNext, one of the UK's first Indian-owned FX & CFD broker, will be taking its financial literacy campaign to the London Mela, Europe’s largest outdoor South Asian festival, on Sunday 31 August.

The free, family-friendly event organised by Ealing and Hounslow Councils and supported by the Mayor of London, features a spectacular line up of live music, dance and visual arts. Over 80,000 people are expected to attend the festival, which will have nine zones packed with outdoor arts, dance, sports, fashion that celebrates South Asian culture as well as children’s activities, crafts, fun fair and a spectacular fireworks finale.

At the London Mela TradeNext, which recently became a ‘Preferred Partner’ of Derby County Football Club, will be sharing information to enhance and develop financial literacy and understanding of financial markets for investors.

While the rise of the internet has enabled investors to connect to products and services that were previously limited to a few, it also creates confusion. TradeNext aims to help people understand how the financial markets work and if they feel that it is appropriate for their needs then to invest using TradeNext’s various tools and resources.

Mohsin Jameel CEO commented: “We are delighted to be a part of such a prestigious event. TradeNext is committed to supporting projects, not just those that have this level of flare and creativity but also more local community based events that promote diversity, integration and cohesion.

“At the London Mela we will promote our financial literacy campaign. Our focus on the nurturing and empowering people means that we take an innovate approach to reaching out to our customers, many of whom are financially unaware and at risk from adopting bad investment habits. Through awareness campaigns, educations and innovative technologies we hope to bring these investment opportunities, which have traditionally been only the preserve of the ‘City types’ to the mass market.”

TradeNext to promote financial literacy at London Mela

27 August 2014: TradeNext, one of the UK's first Indian-owned FX & CFD broker, will be taking its financial literacy campaign to the London Mela, Europe’s largest outdoor South Asian festival, on Sunday 31 August.

The free, family-friendly event organised by Ealing and Hounslow Councils and supported by the Mayor of London, features a spectacular line up of live music, dance and visual arts. Over 80,000 people are expected to attend the festival, which will have nine zones packed with outdoor arts, dance, sports, fashion that celebrates South Asian culture as well as children’s activities, crafts, fun fair and a spectacular fireworks finale.

At the London Mela TradeNext, which recently became a ‘Preferred Partner’ of Derby County Football Club, will be sharing information to enhance and develop financial literacy and understanding of financial markets for investors.

While the rise of the internet has enabled investors to connect to products and services that were previously limited to a few, it also creates confusion. TradeNext aims to help people understand how the financial markets work and if they feel that it is appropriate for their needs then to invest using TradeNext’s various tools and resources.

Mohsin Jameel CEO commented: “We are delighted to be a part of such a prestigious event. TradeNext is committed to supporting projects, not just those that have this level of flare and creativity but also more local community based events that promote diversity, integration and cohesion.

“At the London Mela we will promote our financial literacy campaign. Our focus on the nurturing and empowering people means that we take an innovate approach to reaching out to our customers, many of whom are financially unaware and at risk from adopting bad investment habits. Through awareness campaigns, educations and innovative technologies we hope to bring these investment opportunities, which have traditionally been only the preserve of the ‘City types’ to the mass market.”

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For media information contact: Sanjay Mistry on 07810 368 772/ sanjay(at)prlimited.co.uk.


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