Jean Nahas Appointed As Chief Operating Officer at FXVC

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Jean Nahas Appointed As Chief Operating Officer at FXVC

January 3, 2020

FXVCFXVC Online Trading, a Cyprus headquartered leading player in the CFDs trading market has recently made a new addition to its senior-level leadership team. The move was first made public via changes made to the incoming executive’s LinkedIn account.

As per the information in the executive’s account, FXVC welcomed Mr. Jean Raphael Nahas – an emerging executive in the European financial services industry as its latest Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Nahas became a part of an online CFD trading service provider sometime in December of 2019 as per information in his LinkedIn account. This move has also been confirmed by news website finance magnates which got in direct touch with the executive to confirm his new role. Jean began his career in the financial services industry in August of 2012 having taken a short break post graduating from the University of Portsmouth with a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing. 

Jean has spent the entirety of his seven and a half years long career in the financial services industry based out of firms located in Cyprus. He began his career as Head of Business Development at Blackwell Global Investments and served at the firm for 5 years which makes up the majority of his career. Post parting ways with Blackwell Global Investments he joined FX88 – an online FX trading service provider as its Business Development Director and served at the firm for 11 months.

The firm has since been acquired by GO Markets, an Australia based major global player in CFDs trading. Jean then went on to serve as a member of the executive committee in IMS Markets and held the roles of Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer during his one and a half year-long tenure with the firm before taking up his current role at FXVC. 

Speaking about his new role as Chief Operating Officer at FXVC, Mr. Raphael Nahas commented, “I am excited to announce that I will be joining the FXVC team during this crucial transition. After a very successful acquisition made by CST, our main goal will be to further develop new technology and operational infrastructure. We will aim at keeping only the best features shown so far while creating new business and marketing strategies for 2020. I am looking forward to running all day to day operations of FXVC and working closely with the team to make sure we follow through on all the plans we have for the future”.

The firm was most recently in news for CySEC’s decision to withdraw authorization for the firm’s central spot trading in Cyprus over allegations of suspected non-compliance with securities laws which was shortly recalled following verification of compliance of terms. 


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