eToro Taps Dan Moczulski to Lead UK Business Development

Dan jumps to eToro after seven years as CEO of Star Financial Systems.

Multi-asset investing and trading platform, eToro has secured Daniel Moczulski to join its UK team as Regional Manager and Head of Business Development, with immediate effect.

Dan brings over two decades of experience in the financial service industry, having worked with an array of investment firms across his lengthy career that dates back to 1997.

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He jumps to the Israeli fintech company coming from Star Financial Systems, a London-based technology provider, where he had been its CEO for more than seven years. Moczulski held the position of Star’s Chief Executive in 2014 after he was brought originally in as a consultant to advise on sales and strategy back in 2013.

Dan Moczulski, Star Financial Systems
Dan Moczulski, CEO of Star Financial Systems

During this long tenure, he changed the business model of the company from essentially an out-sourced IT department to a SaaS model supporting multiple brokerages.

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Star Financial Systems offers brokers margin trading dealing systems, multi-platform middle and back-office solutions that cater to different industries, including spread betting, CFD, forex and cryptocurrency.

Moczulski’s experience in the brokerage industry started at IG Group in 2000 when he joined the spread better as a dealer, focusing on sales. He spent 10 years at the listed brokerage and left when he was the man in charge of leading retail and institutional teams for both the spread betting and CFDs operations.

Dan also held positions as Sales Director at City Index, Commercial Director of London Capital Group and then an analogue role with Zignals.

Moczulski joins eToro at a crucial time for the social trading platform which is on its way to an initial public offering on Nasdaq. The 14-year-old Israeli company plans to go public via a merger with SPAC FinTech Acquisition Corp. V in the third quarter at a massive $10.4 billion valuation.

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