Admiral Markets Appoints Adam Narczewski as Country Manager in Poland

The new hire joins the brokerage after a long stint at XTB.

Admiral Markets has on-boarded Adam Narczewski as its new Country Manager in Poland, the company shared with Finance Magnates. The new hire is an experienced professional in the Polish retail trading industry.

While working at the local Polish brokerage powerhouse XTB, Narczewski served in a variety of roles. Starting in 2007, he was Senior Dealer, then Managing Director in Hungary for about 2 years, and until August 2016 was Sales and Deputy Regional Director for the brokerage in Poland.

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Mr Narczewski commented on his appointment: “The Polish Forex & CFDs market has experienced enormous growth, but also changes in the last 10 years. There is still place to grow and I am really excited that I will be able to that along with the Admiral Markets team.”

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Growth Tied Education

In a brief interview, Narczewski stressed his priorities. He appears to be focused on long-term growth for the brokerage. With the evolution of the retail trading industry and the rapidly increasing scrutiny of financial regulators, trading education is at the top of his priorities list.

Admiral Markets Poland
Adam Narczewski

“We have certain unique features that distinguish our offer from the others. My goal is to exploit this competitive advantage by focusing on the optimization of our education offering. My plan for Admiral Markets is to be listed among the top 3 forex brokers in Poland within the next 2 years,” Narczewski explains.

Elaborating on his management style, the new Country Manager said: “I think people achieve their best when their goals are clear and everyone is looking in the same direction. At the same time they should have the independence to be creative. Basically, I want to focus on empowering people to achieve their highest potential.”

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