Hantec Global launches in Lagos

L-R: Hayel Abu-Hamdan, COO, UK; Fowope Mike, Dir. For Africa Business; Bashir Nurmohammed, CEO UK;  Andrew Speakman, UK; Nadar Nurmohammed; Adegboyega Shittu, GM Operations, Hantec Africa limited at the launch

Hantec Group, a global leader in multi-asset execution services, offering customised and professional wealth-management services to clients across the globe has officially launched its services in Nigeria.
The event which took place on Saturday, Feb 3, in Lagos saw the organisation established in 1990 play host to online foreign traders as well as portfolio managers from all over the country.
Expressing his delight at the development, the Chief Operating Officer of Hantec Markets, UK, Mr. Hayel Abu Hamdan noted that with footprints in 5 continents in the world Hantec Global has the right technology and personnel to help its existing and prospective clients to not just manage, but to grow their portfolios.
Mr. Hayel said: “we have always endeavoured to capture competitive advantages by meeting the enormous and increasing global demand of foreign exchange and bullion business through an effective marketing strategy and future plan.
“As Custodians, we have the best banks as partners where ever we do business and provide the best technology to connect our clients to the global market, including Commodities and energy markets.
“Our ethos-‘Trust through Transparency’ continues to guide us and having the rights partners and tools makes us the perfect broker for you.”
Welcoming guest to the events, the Chairman, Hantec Group, Mr. Tang appreciated attendees for their participation, assuring the group’s teeming clients of the best trading experience, as well as updated global market information.
The Group's Director for Africa Business, Mr. Fowope Mike on his part inundated representatives of organisations present of the many opportunities Institutions stand to benefit should they partner with the Hantec, asides having access to the best technology in the market.
Assuring would-be clients of the safety of their funds Mr. Fowope said: “Our activities are FSC regulated and profit withdrawal process is very simple and one of the fastest the industry offers. Our platform is not just stable, but guarantees traders speed of execution.”
                                                                                    Fowope Mike, Dir. For Africa Business
Also as part of efforts to promote financial inclusion among younger generation, the group had on Friday donated five laptops and a printer to ST &T Regency International School to train pupils on how to trade online.
The donation, according to Mr. Fowope, is part of Hantec’s Corporate Social Responsibility to help inspire the kids for greatness.
“The future of any generation is online and we are supporting this dream by giving them laptop,” he said.
The Head of School, ST &T Regency International, Mrs. Ngozi Nwadialo, said: “We feel privileged and humbled towards the donations. We know that there are several other schools. We appreciate the gesture and we are highly elated. “As an ICT oriented school, we know that the donation will go a long way in helping the school’s resource centre.”

Hantec Global started by offering bullion trading services in 1990 in Hong Kong. Over the years, it has evolved into a full-service professional financial service provider with offerings ranging from Forex to CFD-Indices.  
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