Exclusive: Sami Mana Leaves Leverate to Head Cryptency

Mana will be heading the newly launched B2B full turnkey cryptocurrency trading solution, Cryptency.

Sami Mana will be parting ways with Leverate after a lengthy career with the technology provider, Finance Magnates has learned. He was one of the longest serving at Leverate, having joined the group back in 2009. Mr. Mana will be leaving Leverate nearly one year after being elevated to the role of General Manager – he will be joining the newly launched B2B full turnkey cryptocurrency trading solution, Cryptency as the group’s head.

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Last June, Mr. Mana was promoted to the General Manager at Leverate,following a successful run across leading segments of the company. This appointment followed the company restructuring effort last year which culminated in new roles for many senior individuals.

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In this capacity, he helped head up Leverate’s burgeoning LXLite business unit, which offers FX and contracts-for-difference (CFD) broker regulation, payment processing, and risk management services. Prior to this promotion, Mr. Mana had worked at Leverate as its Chief of Staff, a position he ascended to back in June 2015.

In this role he was tasked with the group’s overall strategy, along with the implementation of its policy initiatives. Moreover, he was integral in managing the company’s cross-company projects and day-to-day operations – he worked in this role for a little over a year.

Sami Mana

Additionally, Mr. Mana held other positions at Leverate during his eight years at the technology provider. Before his promotion in 2015 to Chief of Staff, he worked as its Trading Optimization Director, handling all trades going from Leverate to the market, as well as garnering a focus on Leverate’s overall efficiency and profitability.

One of his longest roles was Head of Customer Relations, a position he worked in for over three years, dating back to 2010 – he originally joined Leverate back in late 2009 as a Support Manager.

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