The Financial Commission (FinaCom), an independent self-regulatory compliance specialist for the financial services industry, today announced the appointment of Vadim Sviderski to its Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC). With more than fifteen years in the banking and financial services industry, Mr. Sviderski brings a diverse set of skills to the Financial Commission’s DRC.
Mr. Sviderski has covered financial markets as a business journalist for the past eight years and understands the challenges that investors face. Mr. Sviderski is currently the editor of the Russian edition of Finance Magnates, the main news and research hub for the forex and online trading industry.
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Prior to his role with Finance Magnates, Mr. Sviderski was an economic writer for The Marker and Globes, two of the most popular business newspapers in Israel. Earlier in his career, Mr. Sviderski worked for one of the biggest banks in Israel, Bank Leumi, as an investment consultant. Mr. Sviderski holds an MBA and a BA in economics, and a healthcare stocks analyst diploma from Tel Aviv University. Mr. Sviderski also holds an Israel Securities Authority (ISA) portfolio advisor license.
Enhancing the DRC structure
Mr. Sviderski is the latest industry expert to join the Financial Commission’s DRC – which consists of a diverse panel of industry professionals who follow a non-bias process to process and resolve complaints from member’s clients.
Financial Commission Chairman, Peter Tatarnikov, said regarding the appointment: “Vadim brings a deep understanding of the online retail brokerage industry to Financial Commission’s Dispute Resolution Committee. His proven track-record in FX analytics and overall expertise will be a great resource to further enhance our capabilities. We are glad to welcome Vadim to Financial Commission’s DRC and believe that his appointment will improve, even more, our existing dispute resolution process.”