Capex.com, a forex and CFDs broker, announced on Tuesday the appointment of Fadi Reyad as a Market Analyst for the company’s Middle East and North America (MENA) region.

As per the press release shared with Finance Magnates, Reyad has already joined the broker and is based in Abu Dhabi. He will be reporting directly to Capex.com’s Chief Marketing Officer for MENA, Abdelhadi Laab.

“I believe that my diverse industry experience has helped me develop a strong foundation in financial analysis that will help our clients in their process of making more informed investment decisions,” Reyad said in a statement.

“I consider that in order to embark on a trading journey one needs to have a solid understanding and be well educated about financial markets, risk awareness and asset class characteristics.”

Experienced in Financial Services

Reyad brings a diverse set of experiences to his new role at Capex.com, but he has spent the past several years in the financial services industry.

Before joining Capex.com, he was with GO Markets for over a year. There, he was a Portfolio Accounts Manager and an analyst for the institutional and retail markets. In addition, he worked at Brokerage House Securities for a couple of years as a Research and Advisory Analyst.

Reyad holds a master’s degree in Finance and Financial Management Services and a bachelor’s degree in Banking, Corporate, Finance and Securities Law. He started his career in June 2017 in the asset management industry.

“We are delighted to be welcoming Fadi Reyad to our team and believe that through his longstanding industry experience and deep knowledge of the financial markets he will add great value to our clients and employees,” said Madalina Rotaru, a Senior Executive Officer at Capex.com MENA.

Reyad’s appointment came within months of the broker onboarding Andreas Lambrou as the Group Chief Finance Officer in the Cyprus office and Abdelhadi Laabi as Chief Marketing Officer for the MENA region.

“This new hire falls in line with our ongoing efforts to broaden and cement our existence within the Middle East and reinforce a safe investment culture,” Rotaru added.

Capex.com, a forex and CFDs broker, announced on Tuesday the appointment of Fadi Reyad as a Market Analyst for the company’s Middle East and North America (MENA) region.

As per the press release shared with Finance Magnates, Reyad has already joined the broker and is based in Abu Dhabi. He will be reporting directly to Capex.com’s Chief Marketing Officer for MENA, Abdelhadi Laab.

“I believe that my diverse industry experience has helped me develop a strong foundation in financial analysis that will help our clients in their process of making more informed investment decisions,” Reyad said in a statement.

“I consider that in order to embark on a trading journey one needs to have a solid understanding and be well educated about financial markets, risk awareness and asset class characteristics.”

Experienced in Financial Services

Reyad brings a diverse set of experiences to his new role at Capex.com, but he has spent the past several years in the financial services industry.

Before joining Capex.com, he was with GO Markets for over a year. There, he was a Portfolio Accounts Manager and an analyst for the institutional and retail markets. In addition, he worked at Brokerage House Securities for a couple of years as a Research and Advisory Analyst.

Reyad holds a master’s degree in Finance and Financial Management Services and a bachelor’s degree in Banking, Corporate, Finance and Securities Law. He started his career in June 2017 in the asset management industry.

“We are delighted to be welcoming Fadi Reyad to our team and believe that through his longstanding industry experience and deep knowledge of the financial markets he will add great value to our clients and employees,” said Madalina Rotaru, a Senior Executive Officer at Capex.com MENA.

Reyad’s appointment came within months of the broker onboarding Andreas Lambrou as the Group Chief Finance Officer in the Cyprus office and Abdelhadi Laabi as Chief Marketing Officer for the MENA region.

“This new hire falls in line with our ongoing efforts to broaden and cement our existence within the Middle East and reinforce a safe investment culture,” Rotaru added.