Layth Sanjaq Resigns CEO Role at Apexum, Replaced Temporarily by Mo Musleh

Apexum's founder Mo Musleh will temporarily be assuming the CEO role at the company.

Apexum is undergoing a change of its senior leadership, after its recently installed Chief Executive Officer Layth Sanjaq has resigned from his role, Finance Magnates has learned.

Mr. Sanjaq is currently heading FXBuilders, the company founded by him and providing specialized services to FX Brokers, he originally joined Apexum back in October 2016 – the group caters to FX brokers, offering a suite of products and services that are composed of trading platform white label solutions, and applications, website design, and a fully integrated brokerage management lineup.

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Prior to joining Apexum last year, he was the founder of FXBuilders. In addition, he also held senior level roles at Orbex as its Global Head of Operations for over four years, as well as stints as the Managing Director, Head of Back Office, and Head of Operations at FXCC, dating back to 2008, according to information made public on his Linkedin profile.

Mo Musleh

Temporary Succession Plan

With Mr. Sanjaq leaving his CEO role, Apexum will be leaning on Mo Musleh as its temporary CEO. Mr. Musleh was a founder of Apexum back in July 2015. He also worked as a Director at FXCC in Cyprus for over three years, extending to 2010.

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