‘Six Capital’ to provide free FX training to Aryan students

Excelsior Correspondent

Sangeet Growar, Head India Operations, Six Capital and Dr Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges during MoU signing ceremony.
Sangeet Growar, Head India Operations, Six Capital and Dr Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges during MoU signing ceremony.

JAMMU, June 15: Singapore based Foreign Exchange (FX) Trading Giant “Six Capital” has joined hands with Aryans Group of Colleges today by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
According to this MoU, Six Capital will establish a FX Utility Trading Centre at Aryans Campus to provide free Foreign Exchange (FX) Training to Aryans students. After the training, students with outstanding performance may be offered an internship with “Six Capital” in Singapore.
Commenting on the venture, Dr Anshu Kataria Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges said, “We are happy that Aryans is the first Educational Group of North India whose students are given this offer. Six Capital has partnered with the Wall Street Journal to train the next generation of Business leaders and Aryans will now also benefit from this partnership.”
Patrick Teng, Founder and Chief Dealer of Six Capital, said,”The global financial crisis has resulted in huge volatility amongst the major currency pairs. The need for FX trading talent in the coming decade is increasing globally. The Indian market has a large pool of fresh and young graduates who are looking for their first career in the Finance Industry with huge growth potential. Six Capital can offer them exactly that.”
Sangeet Growar, Head India Operations at Six Capital, said that ‘Six Capital’ has started on this exciting journey in Punjab with its first collaboration with Aryans. Soon we will be extending this opportunity to other state capitals and our target is to train around one lakh students of India in the next 2-3 years, he added.

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