Windsor Brokers Gold Sponsor at CISI Gala Dinner

The Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment (CISI), in partnership with the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission, organised the CISI Cyprus Gala Dinner, on Friday, 9 March 2018, at the Four Seasons Hotel in Limassol.

Windsor Brokers was Gold Sponsor of the event, with our CEO Johny Abuaitah attending together with Independent Non-Executive Director Petros Florides and other key company figures.

The Gala Dinner proved to be a productive networking opportunity for all 130 attendees, who comprised of fellow CISI members and financial services industry peers.

Special guests included Demetra Kalogerou, Chairwoman of CySEC and Kevin Moore, Chartered FCSI, Director Global Business Development at the CISI. Both speakers demonstrated CISI’s growing presence in Cyprus and the important role the body is playing in the professional development of industry professionals in Cyprus.

Also speaking at the event, Windsor Brokers’ Independent Non-Executive Director and President of the CISI’s Cyprus National Advisory Council, Petros Florides, stated “CISI’s positioning as the professional body of choice for financial practitioners has been reaffirmed with the 100% increase in the number of full members since last year. Of more importance to us here tonight is the fact that CISI Cyprus, in proportion to the island’s population, is first globally in terms of the number of CISI exams taken, demonstrating that the industry’s professionals are ready to address the needs of the ever-changing financial services landscape through continuous professional development and qualifications such as these offered by professional bodies like CISI.”

At Windsor Brokers, professional excellence and integrity form part of our core values, and our Company openly encourages its employees to increase their knowledge and skill-set, thus ensuring all our products and services are up to date, relevant and able to meet the needs of the evolving financial services industry.

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