FXTM Adds Nicholas Scott as its new Head of Product Development

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Karthik Subramanian has been a professional trader and fund manager over the last 18 years. He is basically a software developer who made the transition to financial domain around 18 years back as the attractiveness of the financial markets proved too much for him. He lives in Chennai in India along with his wife and son. He began his career as a software developer in 1999 and then gradually moved into the financial industry as he began trading stocks in his pastime. He then moved into the financial markets full time and then shifted his focus to the FX markets due to the liquid nature of these markets. Since then, he has been trading FX diligently and his favourite pair are the EURUSD and EURJPY. Over the last couple of years, he has found blockchain to be of high interest and considering his background in software and finance, he has since assembled a team of highly talented developers who have since worked on a variety of projects like crypto exchanges and blockchain architecturing. Now, he balances his time between trading and commenting on both the FX and crypto markets. He has worked with many publications including FX Street and Finance Magnates, which has helped him gain experience and also recognition across the industry. He loves to write and this passion has helped him to reach out across the FX and crypto industry. Right now, he works on his pet projects in the FX and crypto industry and spends his time writing and managing his blockchain team and helping it to reach higher.

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FXTM Adds Former Gain Capital Executive Nicholas Scott as its new Head of Product Development

December 12, 2018
Nicholas Scott, FXTM new Head of Product Development
Nicholas Scott, FXTM new Head of Product Development

The CySEC regulated online forex brokerage group, FXTM has added former Gain Capital’s Nicholas Scott as its new Head of Product Development. According to the information made public through his LinkedIn profile, the new appointment is with immediate effect and is tasked with research on new products and expanding the existing product line. 

Scott’s considerable amount of experience and knowledge of the forex brokerage business will help him to identify opportunities for both retail and institutional investors. Scott has worked for nearly seven years at Gain Capital handling several key positions including Marketing Manager, Product Marketing Manager, Strategy Director.

Moreover, at Gain Capital, he played an integral role in the development of digital advisory and investing products and the company’s technology and business integration functions in GFT Markets and City Index brands. 

He has also worked at a number of financial services provider and gaming business including LMAX, Bauer Media mostly in research focused roles.

FXTM has been investing heavily in its product suite and is one of the early adopters of the MT5 platform. 

ForexTime (FXTM) is a dynamic, award-winning forex broker that offers exceptional online trading services and products to institutional and retail clientele from around the world.

FXTM brand is authorized and regulated in various jurisdictions. ForexTime Limited (www.forextime.com/eu) is regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission with CIF license number 185/12, licensed by the Financial Services Board (FSB) of South Africa, with FSP No. 46614. The company is also registered with the Financial Conduct Authority of the UK with number 600475 and has an established branch in the UK. FT Global Limited (www.forextime.com) is regulated by the International Financial Services Commission of Belize with License numbers IFSC/60/345/TS and IFSC/60/345/APM.

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