The Financial Commission (FinaCom PLC), an industry-specific dispute resolution service that caters to the financial services industry, has appointed Ran Cohen as its newest member of Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC).
Ran Cohen is the founder and CEO of Fx leads and Traders Education, both dedicated to providing marketing and education solutions of retail brokerages around the world. With over a decade of retail marketing experience combined with in-depth expertise, Mr. Cohen’s mission is to provide the skillset needed to understand the difficulties that clients and brokers face when it comes to education.
Previously, Ran held senior positions at several financial institutions including easyMarkets and Entrepreneurs’ Organization, among other roles for international firms. He has served a vast number of clients with leading performance based education and marketing tools for brokers, affiliates, and IBs from all over the world.
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Track-record in FX industry
Mr. Cohen joins the Financial Commission as it continues to expand. The commission recently added several new members to their existing roster.
Ran’s hands-on experience and knowledge is also backed with academic studies in trading and finance. He studied economics at the College of Management Academic Studies in Israel from 2006 – 2009, where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Finance and Financial Management Services.
FinaCom is an independent international service that guarantees honest and timely resolution of any disputes with the aim of resolving trader-broker conflicts. All clients of the Financial Commission’s members are protected by the Compensation Fund which acts as an insurance policy.
Commenting on the appointment, Financial Commission Chairman, Peter Tatarnikov, said: “Financial Commission is pleased to welcome Ran Cohen to our Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC). Ran understands the difficulties that clients and brokers face when it comes to education. And as financial products continue to become more complex due to technology innovations, Financial Commission remains committed to supporting clients and firms to help meet this challenge.”