DIFX (Digital Finance Exchange), a platform offering trading services with cross assets, hired Omar Al-Ali as the new Vice President of Sales. According to his Linkedin profile, he joined the company last September and is based out of Dubai.

His appointment shows the platform's aim to expand its services in the Middle East.

After graduating from Damascus University, he started his career at FxNet, a Cypriot forex and contracts for differences (CFDs) broker, in 2016 as a Sales manager. There, he spent less than a year at its Moscow office.

In a similar role, he later joined the Moscow office of Noor Capital, a brokerage with an extensive presence in the Middle East.

Al-Ali’s most prominent presence in the trading industry has been with B2Broker for more than five years and six months. As a Business Development Manager, he developed sales and corporate communication skills, among others.

“It was a great journey; 5 & a half years, I met a lot of amazing people from all over the world – looking forward to expanding my network in this field!” Al-Ali noted on his Linkedin.

Another Crypto Trading Platform

With headquarters in the Caymen Islands and established in 2020, DIFX is leveraging blockchain to offer trading services. Its primary offering is cryptocurrencies . However, it provides pairs in forex and other asset classes like stocks, commodities and indices.

“As a specialist with experience in B2B services for brokerages, I know how to jump-start a forex broker and begin earning money within a month,” he described himself in professional social media.

Meanwhile, several other trading brokerages, including crypto platforms, are targetting Middle Eastern traders. Several have gained licenses in the region to regulate their offerings, while others have strengthened their leadership with prominent hirings.

DIFX (Digital Finance Exchange), a platform offering trading services with cross assets, hired Omar Al-Ali as the new Vice President of Sales. According to his Linkedin profile, he joined the company last September and is based out of Dubai.

His appointment shows the platform's aim to expand its services in the Middle East.

After graduating from Damascus University, he started his career at FxNet, a Cypriot forex and contracts for differences (CFDs) broker, in 2016 as a Sales manager. There, he spent less than a year at its Moscow office.

In a similar role, he later joined the Moscow office of Noor Capital, a brokerage with an extensive presence in the Middle East.

Al-Ali’s most prominent presence in the trading industry has been with B2Broker for more than five years and six months. As a Business Development Manager, he developed sales and corporate communication skills, among others.

“It was a great journey; 5 & a half years, I met a lot of amazing people from all over the world – looking forward to expanding my network in this field!” Al-Ali noted on his Linkedin.

Another Crypto Trading Platform

With headquarters in the Caymen Islands and established in 2020, DIFX is leveraging blockchain to offer trading services. Its primary offering is cryptocurrencies . However, it provides pairs in forex and other asset classes like stocks, commodities and indices.

“As a specialist with experience in B2B services for brokerages, I know how to jump-start a forex broker and begin earning money within a month,” he described himself in professional social media.

Meanwhile, several other trading brokerages, including crypto platforms, are targetting Middle Eastern traders. Several have gained licenses in the region to regulate their offerings, while others have strengthened their leadership with prominent hirings.