Eurotrader adds FinTech exec Mikahil Abdul Rahman as Head of Marketing
12 September 2022
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.