Equiti Group, the parent company of some of the prominent FX, CFD brands and prime brokerage providers in the industry, announced the recruitment of Marta Ilbak, the former Head of People at Deliveroo, today. The financial services giant has appointed Marta Ilbak as Global Head of Human Resources.

In her broad and successful career, Ilbak facilitated several companies in talent evaluation and business expansion. During her time at Deliveroo, she was responsible for organizational design, talent evaluation and different development programs related to the company’s HR department. Additionally, she managed a major redesign of HR processes and systems in the Middle East in preparation for the company’s IPO in April 2021.

Ilbak has a deep understanding of the corporate sector of the Middle East. The newly selected Global Head of Human Resources at Equiti Group succeeds Nigel Holmes who successfully held the role of Global Head of HR since early 2017.

“I’m very pleased to welcome Marta and excited about the initiatives she will bring to Equiti Group. I’m looking forward to Marta’s contribution to our performance and delivery culture, the continued expansion of our offices and people, as well as growth of our talent development and management initiatives,” Equiti Group’s CEO, Iskandar Najjar said.

In January 2022, Equiti Group announced the appointment of Gaurang Desai, the former CEO of DGCX Group, as its new Managing Director of Strategy. During the same month, Equiti Group selected Benjamin Susanna, the former Sales and Retention Manager at OANDA, as Head of Client Retention.

HR Agenda

According to Ilbak, her aim is to drive the expansion of Equiti Group through the achievement of its HR agenda. "I have been very impressed by the energy, drive and openness of the management and employees at Equiti. My goal is to drive the company’s HR agenda with purpose and passion, develop career progression opportunities and create a great place to work based on integrity, agility and the best global HR standards,” Ilbak said.

Equiti Group, the parent company of some of the prominent FX, CFD brands and prime brokerage providers in the industry, announced the recruitment of Marta Ilbak, the former Head of People at Deliveroo, today. The financial services giant has appointed Marta Ilbak as Global Head of Human Resources.

In her broad and successful career, Ilbak facilitated several companies in talent evaluation and business expansion. During her time at Deliveroo, she was responsible for organizational design, talent evaluation and different development programs related to the company’s HR department. Additionally, she managed a major redesign of HR processes and systems in the Middle East in preparation for the company’s IPO in April 2021.

Ilbak has a deep understanding of the corporate sector of the Middle East. The newly selected Global Head of Human Resources at Equiti Group succeeds Nigel Holmes who successfully held the role of Global Head of HR since early 2017.

“I’m very pleased to welcome Marta and excited about the initiatives she will bring to Equiti Group. I’m looking forward to Marta’s contribution to our performance and delivery culture, the continued expansion of our offices and people, as well as growth of our talent development and management initiatives,” Equiti Group’s CEO, Iskandar Najjar said.

In January 2022, Equiti Group announced the appointment of Gaurang Desai, the former CEO of DGCX Group, as its new Managing Director of Strategy. During the same month, Equiti Group selected Benjamin Susanna, the former Sales and Retention Manager at OANDA, as Head of Client Retention.

HR Agenda

According to Ilbak, her aim is to drive the expansion of Equiti Group through the achievement of its HR agenda. "I have been very impressed by the energy, drive and openness of the management and employees at Equiti. My goal is to drive the company’s HR agenda with purpose and passion, develop career progression opportunities and create a great place to work based on integrity, agility and the best global HR standards,” Ilbak said.