Exclusive NAGA Group AG Trading Update
Join the exclusive trading update about the NAGA GROUP AG, the publicly listed parent company of NAGA Trader and NAGA Pay. Benjamin Bilski, Founder and CEO of NAGA, gives insights in the platforms development, its core KPIs and an outlook on the companies next strategic steps and targets.
Shareholders and interested parties can get a better view on NAGAs performance and also participate in an active Q&A session with the Founder & CEO himself.
Benjamin Bilski
Past Trading Updates
Trading Update January 2023
Monday, 23.01.2023
Benjamin Bilski
Trading Update February 2023
Thursday, 09.02.2023
Benjamin Bilski
Trading Update March 2023
Thursday, 16.03.2023
Benjamin Bilski
Trading Update April 2023
Tuesday, 11.04.2023
Benjamin Bilski
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