ASIC regulated multi asset online trading provider, ACY Securities has announced that it has added Alla Darwish to its team as its new Head of Global Brokerage.
Darwish has more than 12 years’ experience in sales and business development in the global FX and CFD markets. He will be responsible for recruiting, managing and growing the business development teams in Australia and around the world.
ACY Securities Co-founder and Co-director Jimmy Ye said Darwish will play an important role in executing the growth and development vision for ACY Securities in key global markets.
We are very pleased to have Alla Darwish on board. He brings a wealth of experience in developing and managing highly successful sales and BD teams in markets around the world and his appointment will be instrumental in helping us execute our strategic plan in relation to our global expansion,” Ye said in a statement this morning.
Darwish, who formally took his post at ACY Securities last month, said he was delighted to join the company and outlined a number of key factors that would see the brokerage continue on a strong and steady growth trajectory.
I’m absolutely delighted to join ACY Securities. Being an Australian-based global FX and CFD broker offering superior trading conditions at very low cost of trading, along with strong tech and operational structures, I see tremendous ongoing growth for the company in all key markets including in the APAC region, UK & Europe, MENA region and the Arabian Gulf,” added Darwish in an interview today.
This is the fourth executive appointment ACY Securities has made in under six months.
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ACY Securities continues executive hiring spree, adds Alla Darwish to team was first posted on November 25, 2019 at 3:07 pm.