Admiral Markets Group, a provider of foreign exchange and contracts-for-difference (CFDs), has made a series of changes to its management structure, culminating in the appointment of three new board members, per a company statement.
Admiral Markets’ board is now filled to capacity, completing a team of five members. Two of its existing board members, Sergei Bogatenkov and James Chernikov, have each remained part of the board, while three new board members – Jens Chrzanowski, Mindaugas Deksnys, and Victor Gherbovet – have all joined Admiral Markets’ board.
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The trifecta of appointees will join Mr. Bogatenkov and Mr. Chernikov in helping run Admiral Markets’ day-to-day operations, whilst implementing strategic decisions for the group. Mr. Chrzanowski has been with Admiral Markets since 2011 – since then he has worked as the group’s Regional Director for Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and the Netherlands. Prior positions include stints at FXCM and E*TRADE Financial in its sales units.
Alternatively, Mr. Deksnys has been a part of Admiral Markets for the past three years, working as its Regional Director for Northern Europe and as a member of the Regional Management Board. For the entirety of his tenure he has been based out of Vilnius or Estonia, and he was promoted earlier this year.
Finally, Mr. Gherbovet is the longest tenured of the new appointments at Admiral Markets, joining the group back in 2008. Since then he has held several roles with the brokerage, including positions as the Director of Admiral’s Romanian branch and its ESEU Regional Manager, amongst others.