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Aris Christoforou Leaves Spotware as Head of Marketing

by Arnab Shome
  • He joined the trading technology provider in February.
  • Previously, he worked with AAATrade and PrimeXM.
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Aris Christoforou, who joined the Cyprus office of Spotware Systems last February as the Head of Marketing, has stepped down from the post and separated from the company. His resignation came less than 11 months after joining the company.

“Last Friday, the chapter of my career at Spotware Systems has come to an end. I have to say it was an amazing journey, and I am really grateful for that,” Christoforou wrote in a Linkedin post. “It has been a pleasure working with such colleagues who have been instrumental in growing my knowledge and abilities.”

However, he did not specify any reason behind his departure from the trading technologies provider. He is also not joining any other company immediately as he actively seeks new roles.

“I am looking for a new role and would appreciate your support. Thank you in advance for any connections, advice, or opportunities you can offer,” Christoforou wrote in a separate Linkedin post.

Christoforou spent several years in the financial services industry, working with the marketing teams of several brokers. Before Spotware, he had a three-month stint at the Limassol office of AAATrade as a Marketing Manager. He was also a Marketing Executive at PrimeXM for one year and five months.

He started his marketing career in 2013 outside the trading industry. He first joined a Cypriot motorcycle styling company and spent more than six years there before moving to the brokerage space.

Other Exits

Spotware Systems, the provider of the popular third-party trading platform cTrader, witnessed a couple of other exits in the last few months. Christina Theodorou, its former Chief Operating Officer, left the company in July to join the Swiss fintech Skyground. Moreover, Alexander Geralis parted from Spotware at the beginning of this year to launch his own FX/CFDs brokerage advisory business.

Meanwhile, Spotware has been enhancing its offering by adding features to its flagship platform, cTrader.

Aris Christoforou, who joined the Cyprus office of Spotware Systems last February as the Head of Marketing, has stepped down from the post and separated from the company. His resignation came less than 11 months after joining the company.

“Last Friday, the chapter of my career at Spotware Systems has come to an end. I have to say it was an amazing journey, and I am really grateful for that,” Christoforou wrote in a Linkedin post. “It has been a pleasure working with such colleagues who have been instrumental in growing my knowledge and abilities.”

However, he did not specify any reason behind his departure from the trading technologies provider. He is also not joining any other company immediately as he actively seeks new roles.

“I am looking for a new role and would appreciate your support. Thank you in advance for any connections, advice, or opportunities you can offer,” Christoforou wrote in a separate Linkedin post.

Christoforou spent several years in the financial services industry, working with the marketing teams of several brokers. Before Spotware, he had a three-month stint at the Limassol office of AAATrade as a Marketing Manager. He was also a Marketing Executive at PrimeXM for one year and five months.

He started his marketing career in 2013 outside the trading industry. He first joined a Cypriot motorcycle styling company and spent more than six years there before moving to the brokerage space.

Other Exits

Spotware Systems, the provider of the popular third-party trading platform cTrader, witnessed a couple of other exits in the last few months. Christina Theodorou, its former Chief Operating Officer, left the company in July to join the Swiss fintech Skyground. Moreover, Alexander Geralis parted from Spotware at the beginning of this year to launch his own FX/CFDs brokerage advisory business.

Meanwhile, Spotware has been enhancing its offering by adding features to its flagship platform, cTrader.

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