Eurotrader adds FinTech exec Mikahil Abdul Rahman as Head of Marketing

September 2022, London –  Within his role, Mikahil will contribute toward Eurotrader’s expansion across all its investment products and in new markets.

FNG has learned that CySEC licensed multi-asset broker Eurotrader has continued its recent hiring spree, adding experienced Cyprus-based FinTech executive Mikahil Abdul Rahman as its new Head of Marketing.

Mikahil Abdul Rahman has seven years of experience in digital and performance marketing, specialising in the financial services industry. He has been in different management positions across the digital marketing sphere, including stints at ArgusFX, Click Solutions, PropellerAds, and IronFX.

Mikahil shared his opinion about Eurotrader’s future with FNG:

“It is very exciting to join such an ambitious group with strong values. Within the Eurotrader Group, the term “the sky’s the limit” could not ring more true. Marketing departments thrive on creative freedom and a close affinity with target audiences, both of which are abundant here. The vision for Eurotrader is to expand across all of its investment products and in new markets. We look forward to catering for new countries, improving the user experience, expanding our product offer and much more.”

Commenting on the latest addition to the team, Marcelo Spina, Eurotrader’s CEO, said:

“We welcome Mikahil, and we can’t wait to see how he’ll shake things up to fuel Eurotrader’s expansion and brand presence. We are sure that Mikahil and his marketing team will be instrumental in modernising the fintech landscape via the latest innovative technologies and meet traders’ evolving needs, which is Eurotrader’s vision.”

In just the last two weeks, we have reported that Eurotrader brought on board a new CEO, Marcelo Spina, a new Compliance head in Martin Couper, and Valutrades exec Rob Collins as Head of Trading.

Founded by Dr Ozan Ozerk, Eurotrader is CySEC licensed and regulated retail broker in forex, stocks, crypto, indices, and commodities.

Originally published at FX News Group.


Eurotrader taps Valutrades Alumni Robert Collins as Head of Trading

September 2022, London –  Within his role, Rob will be focused on maximising the performance of new and existing technology solutions.

Just a few days after naming its new CEO, Eurotrader Group continues to unveil key changes in its executive lineup with new appointments and departures.

The multi-asset broker has most recently hired Valutrades alumni Robert Collins as its new Head of Trading.

Within this role, Rob will be focused on maximising the performance of new and existing technology solutions. Central to this focus will be Eurotrader’s institutional business as well as other complementary technology.
Mr Collins will be based out of the group’s London office but with global coverage.

He joins the broker founded by Dr Ozan Ozerk after nearly ten years in the FX and trading technology space, having worked at a number of leading venues in the industry.

Before joining Eurotrader, Robert was the head of the trading teams at FCA regulated FX & CFD brokerage Valutrades Ltd. While there, he was responsible for oneZero’s institutional liquidity hub, the Mahi Compass algorithmic and risk management software, Beeks hosting solutions, Valutrades internal Quarch system and various ECN platforms.

Rob also served in a similar position at ThinkMarkets for nearly 15 months. Prior to that, he held a quantitative analyst position with Intertrader.

Collins spent the bulk of his career working in trading roles at IG Group, where he kicked off his career in 2011 until he left the spread better in 2018.

Robert Collins highlights the future goals within Eurotrader: “Eurotrader has a keen eye on the future. Our key focus is providing exceptional service to our clients, and our aim is to ensure that this focus never wavers, even when the scale of our business changes as we increase our licenses and expand into new markets. , We will need a strong foundation to ensure the focus can always remain on our clients, and the team we have puts us in the best position to achieve that.”

The new appointment comes hot on the heels of onboarding Martin Couper as Eurotrader’s head of global compliance, following a career of over 16 years in the financial industry.

Martin worked previously at Exinity and was compliance officer, MLRO and CASS and oversight director at the UK business of Middle-East heavyweight brokerage firm Amana Capital. That was preceded by four years at FxPro UK Ltd as head of operations and UK compliance officer.

Eurotrader Group has made a series of changes to its management structure this month, culminating in the appointment of industry veteran Marcelo Spina as its Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Originally published at Finance Feeds.


Eurotrader Group appoints Martin Couper as its new Head of Global Compliance

September 2022, London –  The director-level compliance professional brings over 15 years of experience to the role.

Multi-asset broker Eurotrader Group has announced the appointment of Martin Couper as its new Head of Global Compliance.

Founded by Dr Ozan Ozerk, Eurotrader is a fully licensed and regulated retail broker in forex, stocks, crypto, indices, and commodities. The group is focused on building a trading community with the modernization of an outdated landscape via the latest innovative technologies and evolving trader needs.

Martin Couper is a director-level compliance professional who has held FCA-approved positions for ten years. He has managed the authorisation process for several companies, including liaising with both UK and overseas regulators. Before joining Eurotrader, Martin spent over four years with Exinity and, prior to that, held Compliance Officer and Compliance Director positions with Amana Financial Services and FxPro.

Martin Couper highlights the future goals within Eurotrader as follows: “Since joining Eurotrader, I have noticed that everyone is focused on providing the best possible service to our clients. We really are client-centric in all departments. Within an ever-changing regulatory landscape, we will be looking to increase our current licenses and build on the solid foundations already in place. We will always keep the same outlook across all our regulated entries. That is to provide a safe, transparent and reliable trading environment for all our clients.”

Welcoming Martin’s appointment, Marcelo Spina, Eurotrader’s CEO, said, “We are pleased that Martin Couper has joined the Eurotrader family. His appointment aligns with our ongoing efforts to create a thriving but, at the same time, well-regulated, trusted, and transparent place to trade. We look forward to witnessing the development, growth, and success our Global Compliance Department will achieve under his leadership.”

Originally published at FF News.


Eurotrader hires FX industry vet Marcelo Spina as CEO

September 2022, London –  As an industry veteran, he brings almost three decades of experience to the role.

Cyprus-based multi-asset broker Eurotrader Group has announced that it has hired Marcelo Spina as its new CEO.

Eurotrade Investments RGB Ltd is a CySEC licensed retail broker in forex, stocks, crypto, indices and commodities. The group’s main goal is to create a trading community by updating an antiquated environment using cutting-edge technologies and adapting to the changing trader requirements.

Marcelo Spina was VP Sales at FXCM from 2005-2008 before jumping to rival, where he worked as Senior Vice President and Head of Partnerships until 2017. He then spent two years at Saxo Bank (2017-2019); served as Global Head of Partnerships at FXTM (2019); and Global Head of Business Development at ThinkMarkets (2019-2020). For the past two years, Mr Spina ran his own FX brokerage consultancy.

On the new CEO appointment, Eurotrader’s founder Dr Ozan Ozerk commented:

“It is a testament to our growth at the Eurotrader Group that we can attract the calibre of people like Marcelo Spina to the Eurotrader Group, and it does not end with him. One of Marcelo’s strengths has been building strong management teams that have taken companies to the next stages of growth, expansion and valuation. We are sure that with the new leadership team that is being built, we will be able to deliver on our vision to modernise an outdated landscape via the latest innovative technologies and to cater to a trader’s evolving needs.”

Marcelo Spina added:

“Many companies have values just to say that they have them. Eurotrader Group does work by its values – being transparent and trusted, being curious and inclusive, and discerningly daring. The people are the biggest indicators of success within a company. Having much more than the requisite experience, the people at Eurotrader Group care about the client and the company with the inherent humanity that comes through in the interactions internally and externally. And when the owner is an enabler of growth who understands the business and the potential, it is much easier to take a company forward.”

Regarding the roadmap for expansion and next steps at Eurotrader, Mr Spina said:

“We will be enhancing our institutional services for professional investors. We are about to launch our commission-free equity investing application for European clients. Meanwhile, we will add additional licenses to accommodate business growth around the world. We are planning to expand our offering to clients in Southeast Asia, Africa and Latin America and significantly enhance the range of languages supported. We also plan to expand our teams and partnerships in several areas of the world and different disciplines, including business development, technology, product, operations and compliance.”

Originally published at FX News Group.


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