Devexperts Hires Ben Clark as Business Development VP

He has experience of working with brokers in technology implementation.

Devexperts, a capital markets technology provider, has announced on Tuesday the appointment of Ben Clark as the new vice president for business development.

He will be responsible for expanding the company’s global customer base for its project portfolio, the press release shared with Finance Magnates detailed. Devexperts’ offerings include exchange solutions, trading, and wealth-management platforms.

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Clark will also focus on the expansion of the company’s newest SaaS platform DXtrade, a product-focused at FX and CFDs brokers of any size.

“I am thrilled to be a part of such an excellent team and eager to start working with Devexperts to build partnerships and provide companies with a powerful off-the-shelf platform and the unique ability to customize every part of it,” Clark said, mentioning his new role.

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An expert in handling brokers as clients

He joined the Munich-based company from Gold-i, another trading technology provider. There he spent almost six years as a solutions specialist and was responsible for advising and guiding clients on software implementation.

He also gained a formidable understanding of the forex trading industry, leading to his recent appointment with Devexperts.

As seen on his Linkedin profile, Clark also spent over half-a-decade at 3D Couriers and Telefonix Voice & Data as a business development manager.

“We are glad that Ben decided to join forces with us and offer the market the solutions and expertise it needs to go on to the next level and offer brokers alternative and innovative ways to attract and retain customers. With the addition of Ben, Devexperts has representatives in all geographical regions of the world and is ready to address every unique need of brokers and investment companies,” Devexperts CEO Michael Babushking added.

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