Scope Markets, a Belize city-based IFSC (International Financial Services Commission of Belize) regulated forex and CFD trading service provider now has a new executive among its high-level managerial positions. The firm’s newly joined executive – Eliza Eliadou has been hired to serve in the role of its compliance department’s head, and the move was first made public by Eliza in her LinkedIn profile.
Eliza’s new role as head of compliance at the firm began since the start of this week according to a report published in Financemagnates website. While the firm has its headquarters in Belize, it has its branch offices located in all major financial circles namely – US, UK, China, Spain, Cyprus, Greece, Mexico, UAE, Nigeria, and Argentina. Eliza joins the firm in its branch office located in Cyprus.
Eliza started her career as a Legal Trainee at Andreas Noecleous & Co LLC back in 2008 post graduating from the University of Leicester with a masters degree in international law back in 2008. Eliza has spent the entirety of her 11-year long career serving in firms based out of Cyprus. After Andreas, she served as a legal consultant for a short period of 6 months at Tornaritis law firm post, after which she joined easy markets where she served for the longest duration in her career so far.
Eliza joined Easy markets as junior compliance officer back in July 2010 and was promoted to the role of head of compliance in July 2013 post which she served at the firm until October 2016. She then served as a senior consultant for four months at MAP S. PLATIS, which provides financial service-related consulting services.
Post resigning from PLATIS, she served as Chief Compliance Officer for FCA & CySEC regulated financial service provider London Capital Group for nearly two years and two months where she remained until she resigned from the firm earlier this year in the month of May. Elisa’s arrival at the firm coincides with the time frame when the company is actively and aggressively working on expanding its market reach and client base in emerging markets.
Earlier this year, the firm was in the news for its partnership with Gold-I – a trading system integrations specialist to become a liquidity provider for Gold-I’s clients. While this partnership allows the firm to focus its expansion in emerging markets in the Middle East and South Asia, it also has a partnership with Hong Kong-based m-Finance to expand its footprint in major Asian markets.
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