As a proactive supporter of nature conservation, Exness recently renewed its partnership with World Wildlife Fund Russia, pledging funds to the conservation and reintroduction of endangered species—the polar bears and Persian leopards.
"Endangered wildlife species is a pressing issue that calls for our attention. As strong supporters of environmental protection, we want to continue working with WWF-Russia in its long-term wildlife conservation projects and improve the environment we live in," said Petr Valov, CEO of Exness.
In 2017, Exness will support two WWF projects, namely the reintroduction of a stable population of Persian leopards in Caucasus, and the prevention of human-polar bear conflicts and mitigation of consequences brought about by such conflicts. The funds will facilitate the development of recovery programs, implementation of training programs, as well as the purchase of equipment and supplies that will see to successful reintroduction and protection of the endangered wildlife.
"We are happy to continue our cooperation with Exness. Through this cooperation, we can combine efforts in the field of conservation of endangered species," commented Yury Sochnev, Head of Communications and Marketing of WWF-Russia.
With a proactive attitude towards environmental issues, Exness has been a partner of WWF-Russia since 2014. For more details on the Exness-WWF cooperation, visit Exness Social Responsibility.