Exness has further strengthened its leadership with the latest appointment of Katina Messinis as the broker’s Head of Premier Account Management Operations.

“I’m so very pleased to share that I’ve started at Exness as Head of Premier Account Management Operations!” Messinis wrote on Linkedin.

“The ideology and strategic vision of Exness is deeply engrained in the company, it’s people and how we do business. It’s the reason the company has experienced such continuous, exponential growth… and I’m looking forward to being a part of the growth which lies ahead."

Messinis is an experienced financial industry executive, who spent her time with brokers and several other consultant companies.

Before joining Exness, she spent almost a couple of years with the copy-trading platform ZuluTrade, where she was a part of the Institutional Sales team and parted as the Acting Head of Institutional Sales.

Her previous industry experience was mostly with legal and taxation consultants. She spent more than a year with PricewaterhouseCoopers as the Head of Business Development, Asia. In addition, she worked for Baker McKenzie for six long years in various business development roles.

She parted with the company as the Global Business Development Manager for Merger and Acquisitions. Moreover, she worked with other major names like Ashurst, Norton Rose Australia, KPMG Australia, Deloitte and Michael Johnson Associates.

Strong Leadership

Messinis’s appointment came when the multi-asset broker is already strengthening its leadership team. Within a few months, the broker onboarded Chris Trikomitis as its new Established Markets Director, Alfonso Cardalda as the new Chief Marketing Officer and Peter Plester to lead its global B2B sales efforts. It even promoted Artem Seledtsov to the position of Chief Business Development Officer.

Meanwhile, the retail broker broke the industry record in March in terms of trading volumes on its platform. It ended March with $2.48 trillion in trading volumes, but it slipped to $2.1 trillion in April.

Exness has further strengthened its leadership with the latest appointment of Katina Messinis as the broker’s Head of Premier Account Management Operations.

“I’m so very pleased to share that I’ve started at Exness as Head of Premier Account Management Operations!” Messinis wrote on Linkedin.

“The ideology and strategic vision of Exness is deeply engrained in the company, it’s people and how we do business. It’s the reason the company has experienced such continuous, exponential growth… and I’m looking forward to being a part of the growth which lies ahead."

Messinis is an experienced financial industry executive, who spent her time with brokers and several other consultant companies.

Before joining Exness, she spent almost a couple of years with the copy-trading platform ZuluTrade, where she was a part of the Institutional Sales team and parted as the Acting Head of Institutional Sales.

Her previous industry experience was mostly with legal and taxation consultants. She spent more than a year with PricewaterhouseCoopers as the Head of Business Development, Asia. In addition, she worked for Baker McKenzie for six long years in various business development roles.

She parted with the company as the Global Business Development Manager for Merger and Acquisitions. Moreover, she worked with other major names like Ashurst, Norton Rose Australia, KPMG Australia, Deloitte and Michael Johnson Associates.

Strong Leadership

Messinis’s appointment came when the multi-asset broker is already strengthening its leadership team. Within a few months, the broker onboarded Chris Trikomitis as its new Established Markets Director, Alfonso Cardalda as the new Chief Marketing Officer and Peter Plester to lead its global B2B sales efforts. It even promoted Artem Seledtsov to the position of Chief Business Development Officer.

Meanwhile, the retail broker broke the industry record in March in terms of trading volumes on its platform. It ended March with $2.48 trillion in trading volumes, but it slipped to $2.1 trillion in April.