Forest Park FX, an FCA-regulated introducing broker, has announced the hire of London-based FX industry veteran Ed Anderson as its UK Director. The company is announcing the change at a key time for the industry, looking to solidify its position as one of the established IB services providers in Europe.
Commenting on the hire, the owner of Forest Park FX, Justin D. Hertzberg, Esq. said: “Ed brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Forest Park FX that will both support and help us grow our business globally.”
Hertzberg thinks that there is great opportunity throughout the UK and greater Europe. With the brokerage business becoming more reliant on good relationships than ever before, Anderson is seen as a steadying hand.
“With his strong relationships, Ed will help us to capitalize on what lies before us. I’ve had the pleasure of working alongside him for many years and am thrilled to now be working with him to grow the Forest Park FX brand in Europe,” Hertzberg elaborated.
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Ed Anderson’s Career
Over his expansive 30-year-career in the FX industry, Anderson held many senior sales roles in the industry. Most recently he was Head of Sales and Operations for Price Markets UK. He was also the Chief Sales Officer for FxPro UK and was instrumental in the establishment of the Dubai DFSA-regulated entity, FxPro MENA.
“In a constantly changing regulatory environment, Forest Park FX has a plethora of services that assist clients and partners to be more successful in the financial markets. I look forward to maximizing the growth potential of Forest Park FX.”
Forest Park FX is working with a total of 12 brokers. The company consults its customers based on their needs and expectations to help them pick the right broker which is corresponding to their specific expectations.
Elaborating to Finance Magnates, the founder of Forest Park FX stated that he sees ample opportunities in the EU market despite the ongoing market adjustment after the ESMA’s measures.