UK-based institutional FX and CFDs broker Global Market Index Limited (GMI) has appointed Iain Rogers as its Chief Operating Officer.
Rogers is a trading industry veteran and brings 25 years of experience to his new role. Before joining GMI, he was the director of Pepperstone for around two years and was overseeing the Australia-headquartered firm’s business wings in the UK and German market.
Prior to Pepperstone, Rogers was serving as the CEO of Admiral Markets following the role of UK and Western Europe’s compliance officer in the same firm. His wide range of responsibilities in the firm included overseeing corporate governance, regulatory, and operational performance, according to his Linkedin profile.
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He also has years of experience working as a market maker as he started his career in that role for SG Warburg Securities followed by his seven-year-long term at HSBC Investment Bank in the same role.
GMI is on a Hiring Spree
GMI has ramped up it’s hiring process as last year the firm onboarded two senior members from FXCM – former head of FXCM Pro, Chris Hossain-Nelson and former head of IB Partnerships, Aaron Brown. Further, it partnered with Gold-i to make its multi-asset liquidity accessible via Gold-i’s Matrix product, as reported by Finance Magnates last month.
Earlier this month, Richard Bartlett, who was the sales director at GMI, separated from the firm after a short stint of four months.