EXANTE’s international broker donates $1 million to UNICEF to help Ukraine

EXANTE, an international broker licensed in Cyprus and active in the Russian and Ukrainian markets, announced a $1 million donation to UNICEF to help children and families affected by the ongoing war in Ukraine.

“Our business was founded on the belief that freedom is an inherent human right, and in times like these it is more important than ever. As a result, our shareholders feel compelled to act – after all, the Actions speak louder than words. While we cannot change what is happening, together with our colleagues and customers, we hope that the money donated will truly make a difference and help the thousands of children and families affected.” , said Alexey Kirienko, CEO of EXANTE.

UNICEF is rapidly scaling up its humanitarian response in Ukraine and neighboring countries. To date, UNICEF has delivered 858 tons of emergency supplies, including medical supplies, hygiene kits, school and recreational supplies for children and adolescents, in addition to winter clothing,” the report said.

“UNICEF is appealing for $349 million to provide essential support for children and their families. This includes $276 million to meet immediate needs in Ukraine and $73 million for humanitarian needs in neighboring countries This funding will help support over 3.5 million people, including 2.2 million children,” it says.

Founded in 2011, EXANTE describes itself as a wealth technology company providing centralized investment solutions and infrastructure for financial institutions. The company employs over 500 people and manages $1.6 billion.

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