The global multi-asset investment platform, eToro Group recently announced the expansion of its team with the appointment of Callie Cox, the former Senior Research Analyst at LPL Financial, as the company’s Investment Analyst.

As an Investment Analyst for the US market, Cox will provide expert analysis of the market trends in the US to facilitate eToro users in investment decisions. The newly appointed Investment Analyst will be based in Charlotte, NC.

In her career, Cox served in different positions across the financial sector. She started her career with Bloomberg as a reporter. Cox worked as a Senior Research Analyst at LPL Financial. In her latest role, she served as a Senior Investment Strategist at Ally Invest. During her time at the company, she helped the customers of Ally Invest about investing through a variety of reports.

"We're thrilled to welcome Callie Cox to the eToro team. Her passion for the power of investing closely aligns with our core ideals as we work to increase our focus on the U.S. market. Callie also brings with her extensive knowledge of capital markets, including trends and economics in equities, derivatives and fixed income. Her professional experience and personal drive make her the perfect fit to help grow eToro's vision for the future as we scale our current product offering for U.S. users,” Lule Demmissie, the US CEO of eToro, commented.

eToro announced the appointment of Lule Demmissie as the US CEO in September 2021.

Offering and Growth

The multi-asset investment platform expanded its product offering substantially in 2021 to meet the growing demand from customers around the world, including the US market. As a result, eToro’s commission revenues increased sharply in 2021.

"I'm extremely excited to be joining the growing team at eToro. The company is at a pivotal stage in its growth trajectory, especially as it relates to the U.S. market. I look forward to working closely with eToro's investors to expand their knowledge and empower them on their investing journey,” Callie added.

The global multi-asset investment platform, eToro Group recently announced the expansion of its team with the appointment of Callie Cox, the former Senior Research Analyst at LPL Financial, as the company’s Investment Analyst.

As an Investment Analyst for the US market, Cox will provide expert analysis of the market trends in the US to facilitate eToro users in investment decisions. The newly appointed Investment Analyst will be based in Charlotte, NC.

In her career, Cox served in different positions across the financial sector. She started her career with Bloomberg as a reporter. Cox worked as a Senior Research Analyst at LPL Financial. In her latest role, she served as a Senior Investment Strategist at Ally Invest. During her time at the company, she helped the customers of Ally Invest about investing through a variety of reports.

"We're thrilled to welcome Callie Cox to the eToro team. Her passion for the power of investing closely aligns with our core ideals as we work to increase our focus on the U.S. market. Callie also brings with her extensive knowledge of capital markets, including trends and economics in equities, derivatives and fixed income. Her professional experience and personal drive make her the perfect fit to help grow eToro's vision for the future as we scale our current product offering for U.S. users,” Lule Demmissie, the US CEO of eToro, commented.

eToro announced the appointment of Lule Demmissie as the US CEO in September 2021.

Offering and Growth

The multi-asset investment platform expanded its product offering substantially in 2021 to meet the growing demand from customers around the world, including the US market. As a result, eToro’s commission revenues increased sharply in 2021.

"I'm extremely excited to be joining the growing team at eToro. The company is at a pivotal stage in its growth trajectory, especially as it relates to the U.S. market. I look forward to working closely with eToro's investors to expand their knowledge and empower them on their investing journey,” Callie added.