Oct 04, 2018

The World Final of the Duke of Edinburgh Cup was held at Buckinghamshire Golf Club from the 30th of September through to the 4th of October, with a black tie dinner and award ceremony in Windsor Castle. The August event, held in Shanghai, for the Duke of Edinburgh Cup was sponsored by ATFX, a leading online trading services provider, with Mr. Ryan Tsui, CEO of ATFX (AE) qualifying for the World Final.

International golfers and celebrities from 15 different countries around the world took part in the charity tournament, which Mr. Tsui and ATFX were delighted, and honoured, to both sponsor and participate in. Joe Li, Chairman of the Board of ATFX (UK), Wei Qiang Zhang, Managing Director of ATFX (UK) and Ryan Tsui, CEO of ATFX (AE) were invited to the Gala Dinner and meeting with Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex.

“We are very pleased to have the opportunity to help young people in need and improve their lives with this fantastic collaboration.” said Ryan Tsui. “Our sponsorship of the Duke of Edinburgh Cup sets a precedent in our sector and we hope to continue to support worthwhile causes as our business grows.”

ATFX strives to give back to the communities it operates in. They hope to partner with more charities, letting their clients know that they are more than just a financial services broker, with the aim of inspiring a culture of corporate and social responsibility.

Expect to see more from the firm as they continue to actively support charity and sports events that, similar to ATFX’s vision, push the limits of achievement and break new records of excellence!

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