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CFI Markets joins WRC as Official Forex Trading Partner

• WRC Promoter agrees partnership with CFI Markets

• CFI Markets becomes Official Forex Trading Partner of FIA World Rally Championship

• CFI Markets is one of the leading online FX and CFDs trading providers worldwide.

Munich, Germany, 23 February 2016 – WRC Promoter has completed an agreement with global independent financial institution CFI Markets to join the FIA World Rally Championship as Official Forex Trading Partner.

CFI Markets is a leading online foreign exchange company for private clients and institutions worldwide and is based in Cyprus.

Mr. Eduardo Fakhoury, Managing Director of CFI Markets, said partnering with the WRC was a perfect match for the company and emphasised CFI Markets’ leadership in the global trading arena.

“We’re glad to announce this partnership at a time when we’re accelerating our global expansion,” said Mr. Eduardo.

“We believe our partnership with the FIA World Rally Championship as Official Forex Trading Partner is another platform that will help us connect with and expand our clientele.

“WRC is a thrilling global sport where technology, team work and support are important for success and we see much in common with what we do and what we aim to provide to our clients,” he added.

WRC Promoter managing director Oliver Ciesla said: “I’m delighted to welcome CFI Markets to the FIA World Rally Championship.

“CFI Markets is an award-winning company with an impeccable reputation worldwide within the financial industry. Our partnership offers the ideal opportunity to grow and strengthen its business in important markets, to increase its international popularity and to extend its network within the rally community via the WRC’s exceptional hospitality experiences,” he said. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, 15 Mar, 2016 / 10:30

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Source : http://www.cfimarkets.com/

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