Arun Lakhani Joins Equiti Capital

The former Gold-i executive becomes partner solutions manager at the firm.

Former Gold-i executive Arun Lakhani, who had left the MT4/MT5 integration specialist earlier this month as Finance Magnates reported, has joined Equiti Capital UK as a partner solutions manager.

Equiti Capital UK is the FCA-regulated arm of global FX broker Equiti Group.

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According to people familiar with the matter, Lakhani will report to Mitesh Vaghela, director of product at Equiti in London.

Lakhani spent more than five years at the Gold-i after joining the firm as a technical support engineer in 2015.

He held a senior support engineer- and eventually a senior business development role at the company prior to his recent departure.

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Lakhani’s career began as an IT technical specialist at Surrey police in 2012.

Adding market knowledge

“We are very pleased to have Arun Lakhani join Equiti’s business solutions team. Arun’s knowledge of the market and the ability to build bespoke solutions for brokers in the industry will be highly valuable in supporting Equiti’s global growth strategy”, Vaghela said in an interview.

Lakhani added that Equiti is a brokerage with an excellent global reputation for offering accessible Prime Brokerage services.

“But what is really striking, and what attracted me to Equiti, is the passion and dedication within the Equiti Group to continually innovate, grow the business and improve the offering to deliver a superior client service,” he concluded.

Equiti Capital

Equiti Capital, formerly known as Divisa Capital, is a financial services provider of FX and CFD liquidity. The firm enables B2B market participants to gain access to bespoke liquidity from the interbank market. This liquidity is available via various trading platforms and API for clients with margin trading accounts or credit lines established by a Prime Broker.

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