|By Business Wire||
|July 29, 2014 06:20 AM EDT||
TradeNext is a fast-growing Forex broker, established in the United Kingdom in 2010. It provides retail investors with competitive spreads and access to thousands of markets worldwide including FX, commodities and indices.
Over the course of the partnership, TradeNext will work in collaboration with the senior team at Derby County and members of the first-team playing squad to develop and produce a series of short videos, introducing supporters and potential clients to the world of financial trading.
In addition, TradeNext will feature on the Club’s official website, www.dcfc.co.uk, and have strategies afoot to host an annual seminar, promoting financial and numerical literacy for those who have a potential interest in trading.
Furthermore, the partnership will also present the Club with an opportunity to reach out to the firm’s substantial Indian client base and subsequently provide Derby County with in-depth knowledge and experience in this global market.
Chief Executive Sam Rush commented: “TradeNext is an extremely forward-thinking company and we are delighted to welcome them as our latest ‘Preferred Partner’.
"Throughout the negotiations of the agreement we were extremely impressed with what they had to say and we believe this is a tremendous opportunity for Derby County and TradeNext to work together closely and provide supporters with an insight of financial trading.”
Mohsin Jameel, CEO TradeNext added: “We are very pleased to become at ‘Preferred Partner’ of Derby County. For us this partnership is built on big ambitions, we both have a real determination to grow and be successful in our respective markets.
“We will fully support Derby on field push for promotion, with creative and innovative ideas to widen the appeal of the football club and the world of trading. Off the field, there are real synergies between both parties and I am excited about developing them so that we develop both our fan bases.”
Winner of the ‘Best Financial Services Provider 2014’, TradeNext has built on the experience it has garnered from working in India and the emerging markets and has subsequently expanded its expertise to enhance its client offering.
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