Exclusive: Vince De Castro Joins Naga Markets as CMO

Castro recently left his position as CMO of FXPrimus.

Vince De Castro, a marketing professional within the foreign exchange (forex) industry, has revealed exclusively to Finance Magnates that he has started his new role as the Chief Marketing Officer at Naga Markets this Monday.

De Castro has joined the forex and contracts-for-difference (CFD) broker after almost two years with FXPrimus. He joins Naga Markets with nearly a decade’s worth of experience in the FX industry, holding a number of senior marketing roles during this time.

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Speaking to Finance Magnates, De Castro explained that in his new position, it would be his responsibility to build an effective marketing team that will help promote Naga Markets to the world.

He detailed that he will be essentially building the company’s marketing team from scratch, with the ultimate aim to make the Naga brand as one of the leaders in the social trading and crypto spaces.

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“I am very excited to join the Naga family! I believe all the core elements are here to build the Naga brand into an industry leader moving forward,” De Castro told Finance Magnates. “Strong financial backing, a user friendly trading platform and cutting edge technology is all I can ask for from a marketing perspective.  Now it is time to tell their story.”

Vince De Castro’s career history

As Finance Magnates reported, De Castro left his position of CMO at FXPrimus earlier this month. Following his departure, the broker elevated James Weaver to take on the role.

During his career, De Castro has worked at a number of brokers. Prior to his tenure with FXPrimus, he was the Head of Marketing at Orbex, an FX broker, for slightly over a year.

Before this, he was the Director of Digital Markets at easyMarkets. According to his LinkedIn, De Castro joined the broker in August of 2014 and held the position up until October 2016. He also did a more than a two-year stint at LiquidMarkets, from 2011 until 2013.

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