Dato Jimmy Wong of Jadesan Capital Investments holds financial seminar in Taiwan

Dato Jimmy Wong holds financial seminar in Taiwan

September 26, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Dato Jimmy Wong, Asia Pacific Chief Forex Consultant for Jadesan Capital Investments, a leading global financial services company based in London, held a financial seminar on the 6th September 2019 in Hotel W Taipei.

The seminar covered a range of financial topics, including the development and the future of Foreign Exchange in Asia.

The seminar coincides with Taiwan’s foreign exchange reserves hitting record highs at the end of July. The country's forex reserves were US$467.23 billion as of the end of July, up US$261 million, or 0.06 percent, from a month earlier, according to data compiled by the Taiwan central bank.

The increase in foreign-held assets mainly reflected the buying of shares on Taiwan's stock market by foreign institutional investors during the month, when the weighted index on the Taiwan Stock Exchange gained 0.87 percent.

Jadesan Capital Investments (JCI), has obtained the services of Dato Jimmy Wong as the firm looks to expand their portfolio in the Asia Pacific. He has been contracted to provide valuable insight into Asian markets, as well as to provide JCI and its clients with Forex advice and expertise.

Jadesan Capital Investments is expected to hold their next financial conference in Dubai between October 3rd to October 9th 2019, with Dato Jimmy Wong in attendance.

Since the signing of Dato Jimmy Wong as Jadesan Capital Investments’ Asia Pacific Chief Forex Consultant on 1st August 2019, he has represented the firm at various recent financial events in Asia, including Taiwan and South Korea, and is expected to helm future events for the firm in Dubai, Thailand, China, India and Macau by the end of the year.

About Jadesan Capital Investments (JCI):

Jadesan Capital Investments is a leading global financial services company specializing in fund management for private, professional and institutional clients. JCI was founded in 2013 in the United Kingdom. The firm invests in over 5,000 products across 9 asset classes including Forex, Indices, ETFs, Precious Metals and Commodities. The firm serves over 10,000 global clients and has more than $1.2 billion in assets under management as of December 31st 2018.

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Name: Jadesan Capital Investments (JCI)
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Organization: Jadesan Capital Investments (JCI)
Address: Berkeley Square House, Floor 2, Mayfair, London W1J 6BD, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 207 6601480
Website: https://jadesan.capital/

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