The Financial Commission, an independent provider of compliance solutions, has added Maor Lahav, COO and co-Founder of Panda Trading Systems as the newest member of its Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC), according to a Financial Commission statement.
The DRC is the Financial Commission’s paramount body for resolving trader-broker conflicts – the unit is staffed by executives from leading companies in financial services industry.
Mr. Lavah joins the DRC after more than a decade worth of experience in the financial technology realm. Presently he serves as the COO of Panda Trading Systems, a technology provider for financial trading firms.
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According to Peter Tatarnikov, Financial Commission Chairman, in a recent statement on the appointment, “The Financial Commission is glad to welcome Maor Lahav to our DRC. His expertise in high frequency trading and, specifically IT, will be a great complement to an already robust committee of industry members, and that will add, even more, to our ability to process complex cases in related complaints.”
Last month, the Financial Commission made headlines after it embarked on a partnership with the Russia-based Center for Regulation in OTC Financial Instruments and Technologies (CRFIN).
The Financial Commission is an independent provider of compliance solutions and self-regulatory framework for international foreign exchange (FX), cryptocurrency, binary options and contracts-for-difference (CFD) brokers.