Exclusive: 24 Option Hires Industry Veteran Marios Chailis as VP of Marketing

Chailis joins the firm after spending almost 16 years with Henyep, Easy Markets and Playtech

Online forex, CFDs and crypto brokerage 24 option has added top talent to the company’s marketing team. The firm just onboarded industry veteran Marios Chailis as Vice President of Marketing.

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Marios Chailis
Marios Chailis, VP of Marketing of 24 option

Online forex, CFDs and crypto brokerage 24 option has added top talent to the company’s marketing team. The firm on-boarded industry veteran Marios Chailis as Vice President of Marketing.

He will be based out of Cyprus and will report directly to the CEO of 24 option. Marios is joining 24 option after almost a dozen years at one of the most successful brokerages, focusing on the Middle East and China via its FCA-regulated subsidiary, Henyep Capital Markets.

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Mr Chailis has been based in Dubai for the better part of his tenure at Henyep Capital Markets since December 2006. His positions include a Group Marketing Director and an Executive Director position at the European subsidiary of the firm.

His 14-year career in the FX and CFDs industry started from Easy Forex, in 2004, when he joined the firm as Senior Marketing Manager. He has also served as a Senior Advisor on Digital Marketing for Playtech between 2002 and 2005.

Commenting to Finance Magnates on his appointment, the new VP of Marketing of 24 option said: “I am excited to join one of the top companies in the industry. The shareholders and the Senior management of 24 option have a great vision for the company, and I’m looking forward to helping them materialize it.”

Elaborating on the current developments in the market, Mr. Chailis added: “I think one of the main challenges for the industry in 2018 will be the ever-changing regulatory landscape and adapting to it as needed.”

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