The Financial Commission, an independent provider of compliance solutions, has added Kristina Nettles, Vice President (VP) of Integral Development Corp, as the newest member of its Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC), according to a Financial Commission statement.
Ms. Nettles is the first appointment to the DRC since this past August, when the group brought in Maor Lahav, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Co-Founder of Panda Trading Systems. In addition to Ms. Nettles, the Financial Commission has estimated that up to two additional members will announced to the DRC’s membership by the end of 2015.
The DRC serves as the Financial Commission’s paramount body for resolving trader-broker conflicts – the unit is staffed by executives from leading companies in the financial services industry.
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Ms. Nettles joins the DRC with over a decade of experience across currency and non-deliverable forwards (NDFs), sales and trading roles. This includes stints at the Commerce Bank & Trust in Boston as well as a National Futures Association (NFA) NFA member associate.
Currently, she is employed by Integral Development Corporation, having worked there for the past six years. In this capacity, she has helped steer the group’s business development in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA).
According to Peter Tatarnikov, Chairman of the Financial Commission, in a recent statement on the addition: “The Financial Commission has added another great member to our most professional Dispute Resolution Committee. Kristina’s experience will be a great help to resolving any disputes that come in. We look forward to her contribution.”