Axi has recently promoted Santiago Vacquez Munoz to Head of Sales UK, EU and Latam, effective January 2022.

Finance Magnates recently discovered on LinkedIn that Santiago Vacquez Munoz, a Sales executive with more than ten years of experience in eFX sales, finance, business relationships and strategy, has been elevated in rank by Axi, an FX and CFDs broker, to the position of Head of Sales UK, EU and Latam.

Munoz is an expert in eFX sales, finance, business relationships and strategy, according to his Linkedin profile. He has proven experience from Axi, Santander and Allianz, which he brings to the new position. In the new role, he will provide inspiring and commercial leadership of the Axi teams in the regional markets of the UK, EU and LATAM, among other duties.

A Look Back at Munoz’s Career

Prior to the new position as Head of Sales, Munoz served Axi as both Head of Spain - Relationship Management at London from September 2018, and Head of LATAM & Iberia.

Since October 2019. During this time, he exceeded annual sales targets within assigned territories and accounts. Before this, the company recruited him as its Global Client Experience Specialist in London. For over a year, he represented the Global Client Experience team in London to establish a complete model that differentiates them from its competitors globally as well as other responsibilities.

At Banco Santander, he began as a Private Banking Agent in May 2013. After one year, he was elevated and given the title of Broker and relocated to Spain. His success over the two year period led to the promotion to Asset Management Specialist in the summer of 2016. He was a specialist at Santander Asset Management offering Front office & back office support to Santander Offices as well as many other requirements.

Allianz was his first known employer and recruited him as a Sales Insurance Agent in mid-2011. As a sales professional, he was able to identify buying intentions and transform them into sales.

In other related news, New Zealand’s Financial Markets Authority (FMA) has lifted the derivatives issuer license suspension imposed on AxiCorp Financial Services Pty Limited. Now, the Australia-headquartered broker can again operate in neighbouring New Zealand and offer financial derivatives products.

Axi has recently promoted Santiago Vacquez Munoz to Head of Sales UK, EU and Latam, effective January 2022.

Finance Magnates recently discovered on LinkedIn that Santiago Vacquez Munoz, a Sales executive with more than ten years of experience in eFX sales, finance, business relationships and strategy, has been elevated in rank by Axi, an FX and CFDs broker, to the position of Head of Sales UK, EU and Latam.

Munoz is an expert in eFX sales, finance, business relationships and strategy, according to his Linkedin profile. He has proven experience from Axi, Santander and Allianz, which he brings to the new position. In the new role, he will provide inspiring and commercial leadership of the Axi teams in the regional markets of the UK, EU and LATAM, among other duties.

A Look Back at Munoz’s Career

Prior to the new position as Head of Sales, Munoz served Axi as both Head of Spain - Relationship Management at London from September 2018, and Head of LATAM & Iberia.

Since October 2019. During this time, he exceeded annual sales targets within assigned territories and accounts. Before this, the company recruited him as its Global Client Experience Specialist in London. For over a year, he represented the Global Client Experience team in London to establish a complete model that differentiates them from its competitors globally as well as other responsibilities.

At Banco Santander, he began as a Private Banking Agent in May 2013. After one year, he was elevated and given the title of Broker and relocated to Spain. His success over the two year period led to the promotion to Asset Management Specialist in the summer of 2016. He was a specialist at Santander Asset Management offering Front office & back office support to Santander Offices as well as many other requirements.

Allianz was his first known employer and recruited him as a Sales Insurance Agent in mid-2011. As a sales professional, he was able to identify buying intentions and transform them into sales.

In other related news, New Zealand’s Financial Markets Authority (FMA) has lifted the derivatives issuer license suspension imposed on AxiCorp Financial Services Pty Limited. Now, the Australia-headquartered broker can again operate in neighbouring New Zealand and offer financial derivatives products.