Sucden Financial Ltd is a UK based broker famous for its derivatives and forex services. The company has been active for more than four decades and is one of the ring-dealing members at the London Metal Exchange (LME) giving them access to major global exchanges which enables the company to offer their clients with fast, direct access to worldwide electronic markets. Sucden financials is now making changes to its eFX trading division and as part of the change, the company has hired Alan Amari as a new sales executive. Prior to joining Sucden Financials, Alan worked as an analyst and eFX sales executive at Parabellum Markets LLP for a period of nearly five years. While Alan joined Parabellum as an analyst post completing his bachelor’s degree, he soon shifted to eFX sales where he spent the majority of his tenure.
At Sucden Financials, Alan will be working under Kirsty Gillies – global head of eFX sales at the broker house. Kirsty herself is relatively new at the broker house having joined Sucden Financials last November. Kirsty has significant experience in the electronic trading sector having held high-level positions such as Assistant VP and Executive director of eFX sales at Barclays Capital, UK, and UBS, UK/Ireland as per her LinkedIn profile. Kirsty has gained significant knowledge and experience on various fields and aspects pertaining to the forex industry such as Foreign Exchange, Liquidity Management, Non-Bank Prime Brokerage and Algorithms for Hedge Funds, Proprietary Trading Firms, Banks, HNWI, Corporate and Retail Broker clients.
Speaking about her role as global head of eFX sales at Sucden Financial Ltd at the time of joining the firm, Kirsty stated that she is delighted to work at Sucden Financials and aims to strengthen the firm’s position on a global level by leveraging her skills and experience to advance the firm’s sales strategy for eFX division as per report in Finance Magnates website. The company has lately increased its efforts to expand its multi-asset services as per a report published by the firm last month, and the audited accounts at year ending on 31st December 2018 saw significantly higher profit and revenues. The company saw net profit increase to 16.4 million GBP compared to 10.9 million GBP in 2017 while net revenues rose to 63.3 million GBP compared to 48.7 million GBP in 2017 which is clear evidence that the moves made by the brokerage to improve its business is yielding visible results.
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