Amana Capital Partners with Tradepedia to Launch Investor Education Program

Investors will now be granted access to a diverse perspective from industry experts, whilst being offered new training programs worldwide

Amana Capital has entered into a strategic partnership agreement with Tradepedia LLC in an attempt to foster heightened levels of financial education for investors and market participants, according to an Amana Capital statement.

Tradepedia focuses on a variety of learning, coaching, and mentoring programs for financial services providers, brokerage houses, and private investors. The group’s paramount focus is engendering a broader level of education in financial markets, which has often been cited as a shortcoming for many market participants.

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Per the agreement, investors will now be granted access to a diverse perspective from industry experts, whilst being exposed to new multi-lingual training programs worldwide. Amana Capital and Tradepedia are targeting a December 2015 launch date for their new training program, along with the rollout of training courses shortly after.

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According to Avramis Despotis, Founder of Tradepedia, in a recent statement on the partnership: “We are very excited about future growth plans of this partnership with Amana Capital as it is a well-known pioneer group, especially in spreading proper financial education.”

“Amana Capital always had the goal of spreading financial knowledge and teaching investors how to act within capital markets,” added Ahmad Khatib, CEO of Amana Capital, in an accompanying statement.

Last month, Amana Capital embarked on an aggressive expansionary process that saw it ramp up efforts to extend its services to Asia. The group had concluded the first phase of its expansion plan and as of October was preparing to begin providing its services across Southeast Asia. The Middle East-focused brokerage has already been authorized by a number of regulators in the United Kingdom, Cyprus, Lebanon and United Arab Emirates.

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