oneZero celebrates a decade through giving
Donating $100,000 to charities to mark 10-year anniversary
oneZero Financial Systems, a global leader in innovative institutional and retail OTC (over the counter) liquidity and technology solutions, today announced $100,000 of charitable contributions to honor the 10-year anniversary of its founding. oneZero will be donating $10,000 each to 10 different charities over the next 10 months as part of its interest in giving back to local and global organizations that are serving others. oneZero was founded around core principles that include integrity, superior technology and service. These criteria were used to select 10 charities based on their contributions to their communities, supporting education and advancing technology across oneZero’s primary corporate locations in the Cambridge, Massachusetts area of the United States, Cyprus, Australia and the United Kingdom.
“For the past ten years, oneZero has led the industry in delivering superior financial technology solutions based on client focus and integrity. We wanted to take the opportunity presented by our 10 year anniversary to thank our employees, clients and partners by giving back, based on a genuine internal desire to share our success with the communities that have helped foster our growth,” said Andrew Ralich, CEO and co-founder of oneZero Financial Systems.
Jesse Johnson, CTO and co-founder added, “We had a vision for creating powerful technology that would transform the foreign exchange trading space and are pleased to celebrate the success we have had in building and growing this business. As we look ahead, we see even greater opportunities for a company like ours in the next ten years to meet the needs of our institutional and retail brokerage clients in growing their businesses. Along the way, it’s important we take the opportunity to make sure the impact of our work is felt not only within our industry, but within our communities as well.”
oneZero’s philanthropy will include supporting employees and clients in volunteering for local charities through participation in events that contribute to the community and in encouraging educational programs that promote technology and innovation around financial services.