IronFX's Group Chief Financial Officer George Kyriakoudes Departs

by Jared Kirui
  • Kyriakoudes led financial strategies and oversaw brokerage operations at IronFX.
  • He holds the role of CFO at Aria Health.
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The Group Chief Financial Officer of IronFX, George Kyriakoudes, recently concluded his tenure of two years and four months, according to his post on LinkedIn. Kyriakoudes, who is based in Cyprus, holds the role of the Chief Financial Officer at Aria Health.

During his tenure as the Group CFO at IronFX, Kyriakoudes spearheaded financial strategies, overseeing brokerage operations and steering the company through various ventures.

A Legacy of Financial Leadership

Prior to his role at IronFX, Kyriakoudes held crucial positions, including a significant stint as the Chief Financial Officer at FXTM for over eight years. Kyriakoudes mentioned: "Yesterday was my final day at IronFX after 2 years and it's been quite a journey. I want to take a moment to reflect on my time there and share my heartfelt gratitude."

"Serving as Group CFO for the past two years has been massively rewarding. Together, we've navigated challenges, celebrated milestones, and built up a first-class finance function."

Charting New Courses

After dedicating over eight years to FXTM, Kyriakoudes announced his resignation in 2021, citing personal reasons related to family and health. Kyriakoudes, who joined FXTM in 2013 as a Senior Internal Auditor, expressed his decision to take a sabbatical break to focus on family matters and support his wife in advancing Aria Health.

Throughout his tenure at FXTM, Kyriakoudes held various roles, including Head of Internal Audit and Reporting and Head of Risk Management and Reporting. Before joining FXTM, he accumulated experience working at Alpari Group, Deloitte, and Price Waterhouse Coopers.

Meanwhile, IronFX UK showcased its financial resilience in 2022 amid fluctuating market conditions. The company disclosed a noteworthy rise in profitability despite a decline in its revenue. IronFX concluded the year with a net profit of $83,121.

IronFX UK's revenue dropped 25% to $643,795 from the previous year's $863,071. Despite the dip in revenue, the brokerage firm experienced a substantial increase in pre-tax profit, climbing from $82,683 in 2021 to $104,262 in 2022.

The Group Chief Financial Officer of IronFX, George Kyriakoudes, recently concluded his tenure of two years and four months, according to his post on LinkedIn. Kyriakoudes, who is based in Cyprus, holds the role of the Chief Financial Officer at Aria Health.

During his tenure as the Group CFO at IronFX, Kyriakoudes spearheaded financial strategies, overseeing brokerage operations and steering the company through various ventures.

A Legacy of Financial Leadership

Prior to his role at IronFX, Kyriakoudes held crucial positions, including a significant stint as the Chief Financial Officer at FXTM for over eight years. Kyriakoudes mentioned: "Yesterday was my final day at IronFX after 2 years and it's been quite a journey. I want to take a moment to reflect on my time there and share my heartfelt gratitude."

"Serving as Group CFO for the past two years has been massively rewarding. Together, we've navigated challenges, celebrated milestones, and built up a first-class finance function."

Charting New Courses

After dedicating over eight years to FXTM, Kyriakoudes announced his resignation in 2021, citing personal reasons related to family and health. Kyriakoudes, who joined FXTM in 2013 as a Senior Internal Auditor, expressed his decision to take a sabbatical break to focus on family matters and support his wife in advancing Aria Health.

Throughout his tenure at FXTM, Kyriakoudes held various roles, including Head of Internal Audit and Reporting and Head of Risk Management and Reporting. Before joining FXTM, he accumulated experience working at Alpari Group, Deloitte, and Price Waterhouse Coopers.

Meanwhile, IronFX UK showcased its financial resilience in 2022 amid fluctuating market conditions. The company disclosed a noteworthy rise in profitability despite a decline in its revenue. IronFX concluded the year with a net profit of $83,121.

IronFX UK's revenue dropped 25% to $643,795 from the previous year's $863,071. Despite the dip in revenue, the brokerage firm experienced a substantial increase in pre-tax profit, climbing from $82,683 in 2021 to $104,262 in 2022.

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