ABC Bank staff receive Forex training- 9th February, 2017

The Treasury Team led by General Manager- Treasury & Financial Institutions Philip Wambua, has conducted Forex training for Westlands and Koinange Branch teams to equip them to drive growth in the FX business as envisioned in the bank’s 2017 projections.

FX Training
Philip Wambua and Koinange Branch Manager Arthur Washe (3rd and 2nd right, standing respectively) with the Koinange branch team.
FX training- TRM
Treasury and T-Mall Branch Teams led by General Manager- Treasury & Financial Institutions Philip Wambua and Joseph Maigwa (Standing, centre) after the training session.

The foreign exchange, FX or forex market is the market in which currencies are traded. The forex market is the backbone of international trade and global investing. It is critical to support imports and exports, which are necessary to gain access to resources and to create additional demand for goods and services.

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