Longtime FX marketing veteran and FXCM mainstay Jacqueline Johnson has parted ways with the US forex trading group, ending a 12-year stint with the company, Finance Magnates has learned.
Ms. Johnson has stepped down from FXCM to join a less known but multi-regulated forex broker Global Market Index (GMI) as its new Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). She will lead the Asia-focused broker’s global communications and marketing strategies.
Ms. Johnson is a graduate of International University of Monaco and also holds a BBA degree in international finance from University of Miami School of Business Administration. She brings over a decade’s experience in senior marketing roles at FXCM’s global trading divisions.
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Jacqueline has been at FXCM since 2005, originally joining as a sales associate, and has since worked out of the group’s San Francisco office in several roles including Vice President of Institutional Sales/ Business Development and Director of FXCM Ventures, the corporate venture capital arm of FXCM.
She served most recently as Senior Vice President – Global Head of Partnerships. In this capacity Ms. Johnson was responsible for all marketing channels across a global network of over 2400 partners generating $38 million in net revenue annually.
Prior to FXCM, Jacqueline held several marketing roles for various companies, including Corporate and Institutional Foreign Exchange Sales Assistant at KeyBank.
Global Market Index Limited (GMI) is part of GMI group, which includes the FCA-regulated Global Market Index Limited (GMIUK). The company also operates a joint venture with CFH in China called CFH Systems.