Alan Silverman Wins 1st Quarter Sales Contest at Summit International FX

Various brokers will be honored in the first quarter sales contest of Summit International to be held at the Park Hotel in Japan, Tokyo in April. Alan Silverman and Brian OMalley are amongst the top prize winners.
By: Summit International FX
TOKYO, Japan - April 12, 2015 - PRLog -- Summit International takes pride to announce the results of their first quarter sales competition and awards ceremony at the Park Hotel in Japan, Tokyo with prizes being awarded for top revenue generation, best strategy to minimize risk and most easy to understand and implement new commodity trading strategy.

Overall award for top revenue generation goes to Alan Silverman after he broke all records in both commodity and forex sales.

Brian OMalley won the award for best risk reduction strategy for the 3rd quarter in a row. Spencer George was also reognized for his new simple to use commodity trading strategy which is ideal for beginner traders.

Alan Silverman a long serving Senior Portolio Manager at Summit International said "i am incredibly happy that I have been recognized by the firm for my work and I will continue to work as hard as i can for all of my clients."

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Summit International is a Commodities and Forex firm based out of Singapore offering fully managed and non-discretionary accounts to both retail and corporate investors around the world.

RIsk DIsclosure: Past results are not indicative of future results and as such only risk capital should be used.

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