The best providers in trading industries compete in the London Summit every year, and this year is no different. The London Summit ended at the annual Awards Ceremony at the Old Billingsgate.
This year’s voting process was cut into two stages featuring twelve distinct categories. The Summit’s 3,000 attendees voted on a narrowed shortlist last week, and its results were delivered.
Finance Magnates’ CEO Michael Greenberg distributed the awards in what the company proudly claims as a successful summit.
Brokers TradeTech, Saxo Bank, and MetaTrader won two major awards each this year. Meanwhile, CMC Institutional, LMAX Global, MAP FinTech, Card Pay, and FairXchange won one award each.
London Summit Features Trading Seminars
The London Summit also featured workshops and seminars on all financial service elements.
One of the panels included the leaders of the biggest industry names in the panel to discuss pressing financial topics today. Then, they touched business regulation while addressing growth, revenue, and development.
They also discussed what each leader has in mind for 2020. Each panelist showed their perspectives on where each company will go.
Director at TradeTech Group Muhammad Rasoul made a bold statement at the panel, saying multi-assets will be the brokers’ future. He claims simplified forex cannot survive long-term.
Founder and CEO of oneZero Andrew Ralich said the market should watch out for Brexit and ASIC in Australia.
Still, the panels collectively agreed to a more normalized state of industry affairs in 2020.
They also held a keynote session about the intimidating Chinese market.
Key elements of each panel include the acknowledgment of financial evolution with blockchain as a new decentralization system in power. Cryptocurrencies also had its seminar with an analysis of the current state of the crypto sphere.
Prominent leaders also discussed business models to boost ahead of their competitions. The panelists looked into overcoming business challenges in a constantly shifting regulatory environment.