Multi-regulated FX broker, AT Capital Markets (ATFX), has promoted Mohamed Halim to the position of Senior Vice President for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), and the appointment to the role has been made with immediate effect.
Mohamed Halim has been working with ATFX since March 2018 and has over a decade of experience working in the region. At ATFX, Halim was responsible for expanding its brand partnership campaigns and created new business opportunities for the company. He will be working based out of the company’s headquarter in Dubai to develop multi-channel marketing and content solutions while leveraging the unique attributes of ATFX’s offering.
Prior to joining ATFX, Halim had worked in different roles and has teamed up with many FX brands which include working as Sales Manager for the MENA at UAE subsidiary of UK-regulated GKFX Financial Services. In addition, Halim has also served as a Senior Account Manager with GCC-focused FX broker Noor Capital Markets and also an Account Executive with Swissquote.
Technology Provider Axioma Elevates Amaury Dauge as Company President
Leading technology provider to enterprises, Axioma has announced the appointment of ex-Euronext CFO Amaury Dauge as company president.
In this newly created role, Mr. Dauge will be responsible for enhancing the execution and operational management of the company. Amaury Dauge will report directly to Axioma Founder and CEO, Sebastian Ceria.
For Dauge, the appointment at Axioma strengthens his association with the firm, as he has joined the firm as CFO in 2017 and has been working as Chief Operating Officer. According to the statement released by the company, Dauge will continue to serve all his current roles.
Dauge had joined Axioma from Euronext, where he spent a major part of his career when he joined the firm in 2001 as merger and acquisition analyst. During this time frame, he has worked in multiple roles before being appointed as CFO in 2014.
Founder and CEO Sebastian Ceria commented:
“In an environment of increasing competition and shrinking margins, investment managers must take up their game by leveraging best-of-breed solutions, analytics and data, all interoperably driven by modern, cost-efficient technology.”
“Amaury’s appointment as President will ensure that we fully optimize our internal resources in order to deliver the capabilities our clients need to achieve competitive advantage.”
Dauge also commented:
“Over the past three years, Axioma has almost doubled its headcount and extended its global footprint in support of our expanding client base. As we continue to grow, my focus will be on making sure that Axioma has the right structure, processes, and resources to deliver on our vision at scale, while maintaining the unique collaborative approach to client problem-solving that is Axioma’s hallmark.”