Kohle Capital Markets continues CSR initiatives with donation of art piece to Lions Club International

Global brokerage firm Kohle Capital Markets (KCM) is taking its corporate social responsibility very seriously and continues to navigate the challenging period brought forth by the pandemic and Russia-Ukraine war.

Global brokerage firm Kohle Capital Markets (KCM) is taking its corporate social responsibility very seriously and continues to navigate the challenging period brought forth by the pandemic and Russia-Ukraine war.

KCM is seeking new ways of fostering social bonds as the company believes that its responsibility can take shape in many ways. Within this context, Kohle Capital Markets will bid during the Grand Opening of Le Grange Gallery and the Exhibition Featuring the artwork by Hong Guang Jiang. Then, the company will donate the art paints it acquires in the event to a charity association named Lions Club International of Melbourne Ausina. 

Lions is an international non-political service organization, and is the largest of its kind in Australia. The association assists with local community fundraising for special causes and has a history of providing natural disaster and emergency relief, as well as supporting medical research.

Lions was also involved in the development of the bionic ear and the cervical cancer vaccine, and currently provides funding for research initiatives involving diabetes and autism. 100% of funds donated by the public through fundraising are directed to the project for which they are intended.

A little more about Jiang Hongguang

Jiang Hongguang, born in 1966, is a Chinese Asian modern and contemporary artist. Since childhood, he has been studying the art of famous artists such as Fan Kuan, Huang Gongwang, Xu Wei, Chen Chun, amongst others and has won the essence of painting styles of all schools. 

Later, he studied at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, under the tutelage of famous painters. In 2002, Hongguang immigrated to New Zealand where he began to study the Western art and then attended the Department of Art at the University of Auckland.

Hongguang’s works are collected by many universities, art galleries and have been auctioned by many auction companies such as Poly, Guardian, Rongbao and Hanhai for many years.

In addition, Jiang is enthusiastic about public welfare and green environmental protection. In 2009, he donated a painting named “Capital Animal Protection Association” to an animal protection association. In 2012, he won an award for public contribution from the China Soong Ching Ling Foundation.

KCM public welfare activities will never end

Kohle Capital Markets has launched this initiative as part of its corporate social responsibility strategy, whose primary goal is to serve communities and give back to those who desperately need help.

The broker has always felt a huge responsibility to help society by getting involved within the communities in which they operate.

Meanwhile, KCM remains at the forefront of online trading trends as the brokerage industry is rapidly evolving and highly competitive. The firm stays ahead of the curve by continuously enhancing their product suite to distinguish its offering in a very crowded marketplace.

Kohle Capital Markets kicked off its operations as a leading liquidity provider back in 2018 for corporate clients. A year later, the company expanded its service to the retail market by providing high-quality ECN trading experience for retail clients. 

A firm confidence in their robust business model drives KCM’s motivation to provide low latency, low spreads, and a limit-free trading environment through 200+ mainstream CFD products.

Additionally, KCM has been crowned the winner of many prestigious awards, capping the fact that the broker’s services to customers and partners are second to none. The nominations were based on spearheading groundbreaking achievements, superior performance, innovations, and progressive contributions in the online trading industry. 

High-risk investment warning:

Foreign exchange transactions (Forex) and contracts for differences (CFDs) are highly speculative and risky instruments, and may not be suitable for all investors. The trader may lose part or all of the investment capital, so he should not speculate with capital that he cannot afford.

The trader should be aware of all the risks associated with margin trading. So reading the full risk disclosure policy is desirable.

Restricted countries: Kohle Capital Markets does not provide services to residents of certain jurisdictions including the United States, Cuba, Iran, Sudan, Syria and North Korea (North Korea). The information above is not suitable for distribution or use by anyone in any of the aforementioned jurisdictions. Such distribution or use may violate local laws or regulations.