Fintech firm Exinity launches new trading service for retail clients in Kenya

Exinity, the new wealth engine which aims to unlock the value of risk-driven trading for ambitious individuals, has launched Exinity Trader in Kenya. Exinity Trader, a trading platform, brings access to opportunities in equity, forex, and commodity markets with the promise of low trading costs and great customer support.

Exinity Trader is the first of Exinity’s products to launch in Kenya and will be followed in early 2022 by its flagship mobile app Exinity World. Both Exinity Trader and Exinity World are designed to help investors take more confident control of their financial future by empowering them to make investment decisions to build and manage their wealth.  

(TOP: From Left – Exinity Capital East Africa’s CEO, Duncan Kinuthia; Board Chair Suzanne Kilolo; and Executive Director Abiola Akinyele, during the official launch of Exinity Trader, a a new trading service for retail clients in Kenya).

Lex Webster, co-CEO, said: “The new generation of investors and traders needs financial tools that provide them with a frictionless experience, support their financial literacy, and help them grow their wealth. That’s why Exinity, with more than two decades of expertise and experience, is setting new standards with our solutions so the next generation of investors can reap the benefits of risk-driven trading.”

Designed for ambitious individuals with an appetite to actively trade financial markets, Exinity Trader leverages the popular MetaTrader platform with its advanced features and analytical tools. Users of Exinity Trader have access to global markets including global and local equities, forex, indices & commodities from a single account, with extremely low trading costs – just $2 commission per lot on FX and CFD trades with spreads as low as zero. As part of Exinity group’s innovative product offering, clients in Kenya will have access to the top 20 most liquid stocks that are listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange. The platform is also M-Pesa enabled, allowing users to easily deposit and withdraw funds at any time.

Duncan Kinuthia, the CEO of Exinity Capital East Africa, said: “We have seen an increased interest in trading and investing in Kenya. At Exinity, our goal is to offer services that combine low-cost access to global markets, empowering our clients to develop investment strategies and make informed trading decisions. We hope to be the ‘Wealth Engine’ for our clients by providing them access to wealth-building opportunities, and most importantly equipping them with the knowledge, skills and support they need to become empowered traders.”

In the fast-growing economies of the world, a new generation of ambitious millennials is eager to gain financial independence. Exinity’s mission is to help them achieve it. We’re providing them with risk-driven trading and investment solutions, backed by risk management tools, education and support, all delivered through a modern user experience.

For over 20 years, Exinity has provided leveraged trading to some 2 million customers through our global brands Alpari and FXTM. Now in 2021, the firm is launching new products that will offer trading and investing in a wide range of asset classes, through the universally popular MetaTrader platform and its proprietary feature-rich mobile app. With built-in active risk management, market insight from in-house experts and personal support, the firm aims to enable a new generation to gain the freedom to succeed.

Exinity Group is authorised and regulated in multiple jurisdictions including by the Capital Markets Authority in Kenya, ADGM Financial Services Regulatory Authority in Abu Dhabi, and the Financial Services Commission in Mauritius.

(Visited 11 times, 1 visits today)

Advert:




Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.