Evening Kazan, №41 (3191), 21.03.2006
At different stages in the development of Russian society, businessmen have been moved to do charity work by different motives: a deep religious faith, a desire to be remembered by future generations, the recognition and respect of society. What is inspiring today’s business leaders to get involved in charity?
Kommersant, №204, 28.10.05
The Russian Forex market just received a stimulus which should help to promote further development in the industry. Two of Russia’s own software developers recently released the latest development in internet trading software: the MetaTrader 4 trading platform.
Time and Money, №195, 19.10.05
This fall, Alpari recently released a new product aiming to significantly simplify the work of those working in the currency market (Forex).
Evening Kazan, №166, 19.10.05
According to one of the legends surrounding George Soros, before each of the future billionaire’s profitable trades on the Forex market, his shoulder blade would begin to itch, as if wings were beginning to sprout from his back. Whether this is true or just a myth, one can only guess.
Our meeting with the vice president of Alpari was supposed to begin at 9:10 in the morning. At 9:08, I had just entered the ultra-modern dealing center on Kalinina Street. Never ceasing to be surprised by the whims of businessmen, I asked myself, “Why couldn’t we have begun at 9:00 or 9:30?” As it turned out…
An all-time high in activity has recently been observed in the financial services market. Mutual funds and financial companies have begun to offer an ever-increasing number of interesting financial products.
A new educational/informational site, viac.ru, was recently launched by Alpari, a company recently named the “Best Internet Broker” at the “Financial Elite of Russia” Awards.
Time and Money, 15.06.05
Information technology has the ability to not only change the world of science and technology, but the everyday lives of millions of people as well.
“Russian Forex Won’t Survive without a Takeover”
Andrey Dashin, Vice President of Alpari, represents a new generation of businessmen in Tatarstan. Dashin is young (not yet 30 years of age), well-educated and confident in the future success of his business, which was built on the foundation of brainpower and information technology.
Kommersant, №120, 02.06.05
A record drop for the euro and the simultaneous rise of the dollar during the past week have attracted a great deal of attention on the international currency market (Forex).