The iFX EXPO International is once again coming to Cyprus, with the next installment taking place on May 22-24 in Limassol at the Palais de Sport Spyros Kyprianou. The event will be spearheaded by Finance Magnates and CONVERSION PROS, the driving force behind the iFX EXPO financial events.
The iFX EXPO in Cyprus represents the second such event of the 2018 calendar year, following its foray into the Asian markets in Hong Kong. The conference featured over 4,000 attendees last month, and offered a variety of panels, workshops, and other discussions.
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Looking ahead, the iFX EXPO in Cyprus will once again take aim at the FX industry, while also touching on fintech and the rise of cryptocurrencies, along with other key segments. Meanwhile, 2018 looks to be a different playing field entirely, with new regulations such as MiFID II already shaking up the status quo across markets.
The event will see a wide range of brokers, banks, affiliates, white label partners, and media personnel. Gal Ron, CEO of CONVERSION PROS, commented on the upcoming event: “As the industry evolves and re-invents itself, so do we. It is with great pleasure that we announce the official launch of iFX EXPO International 2018!. More exhibitors than ever before and new exciting launches will attract record breaking attendance.”
Prospective attendees are invited to visit the iFX EXPO’s site to learn more about the event’s agenda. With financial markets facing key crossroads, the event looms as one of key trading events in Europe during H1 2018.
“Last year we reached peak numbers of over 3,000 attendees and our prediction for this year is set to surpass that, with the increasing interest in digital currencies and the blockchain movement. Over the course of these 3 days, industry power players gather in Cyprus ready to do business. Our show will provide you with endless opportunities to network, day and night, so come prepared… make sure to bring enough business cards, you will need them,” Mr. Ron added.