National Trading Competition Awards Student Paid Internship
  
CFD and Spread betting provider, Spread Co, have shown their commitment to finding the next young trading talent by awarding the winner of a national competition a three month paid placement at their office next summer.


Mateusz Suprewicz, a 19 year old economics student at Surrey University, fought off nine other university economics students in the tense week-long final which tested the student’s trading skills. Mateusz successfully traded CFDs* (Contracts for Differences) in companies like Vodaphone using virtual currency to make a healthy profit. He told us how he did it:

“After researching the available equities, commodities and currencies I decided to take advantage of the recent new developments in a specific company, namely Vodafone. Realising that my research had paid off I deemed it wise to hold onto these shares as much as possible in order to achieve the highest potential capital gains.”

Over the course of his internship, Mateusz will work on the dealing desk and go behind the scenes with the sales and marketing teams to get a full insight in to the world of finance.

As he is an economics student, Mateusz explained that this was an opportunity that he simply could not pass up:
"I’m very pleased to have been given this opportunity. From the placement I am hoping to broaden my knowledge of the world trading markets whilst utilizing the unique investment strategies that Spread Co will teach me. My top tips for success would be:

1. Minimise your risks.
2. Research every aspect of your potential investment.
3. Be patient.

While at Spread Co, I am hoping to broaden my knowledge of the world trading markets whilst utilising the unique investment strategies that Spread Co will teach me"


Shameer Sachdev, Head of Sales and Marketing at Spread Co, explained his plan for Mateusz once he joins the team:

"When Mateusz comes to Spread Co, we hope to give him an even more in-depth experience. Mateusz will work in various departments including the dealing desk, where he will gain valuable insight into how dealer’s action trades and hedge positions. He will also spend time with our compliance team so he can truly appreciate the nuances of being a regulated financial company, working within the FCA’s strict guidelines. We also plan to give him some time working with the relationship management, sales and marketing team, so he can get a well-rounded and comprehensive view of what we do at Spread Co."

For more on Mateusz’s success and further comment from Spread Co please visit the Spread Co blog here
  
For any information contact Sean McMahon at sean.mcmahon@searchlaboratory.com /0113 2121211
    
  
   
Read more about Ultimate Uni Trader by clicking the links below:
   
The Competition || The Finalists || The Winner
  
 
   
About Spread Co
  
Spread Co has been delivering a professional, custom-built trading platform with tight spreads and low dealing costs since 2006.
It is one of the leading providers of CFDs and spread betting in the UK, with partnerships in Central and Eastern Europe, the UAE and South America and elsewhere.
   
Spread Co’s trading platforms are powerful, intuitive, rich in functionality, and designed with users in mind. Clients can access tight spreads on real-time prices and participate freely in the exciting and rapidly-evolving trading environment of the world's financial markets.
Spread Co is a privately owned company, authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in the UK.

*Leveraged products are high risk and losses may exceed your initial deposit.

 
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