Former LCG Executive Martin Slaney Co-Founds Dabbl

Prior to founding Dabbl, Mr. Slaney had worked at LCG from mid- 2013, serving as its Director of Product Strategy

Martin Slaney, a former Director at London Capital Group (LCG), has co-founded Dabbl, an alternative investing service based out of the UK, Finance Magnates has learned.

Dabbl is a newly launched service that helps investors via versatile share purchasing options. Dabbl is a trading name of Thomas Grant and Company Limited, which is authorized and regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Mr. Slaney is the primary architect behind the group, having founded the company back in October.

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Prior to founding Dabbl, Mr. Slaney worked at LCG since the middle of 2013, having served as its Director of Product Strategy & Innovation. In this capacity, he was responsible for overseeing product strategy and innovation, whilst heading its Change Control Committee.

He also worked at GFT Markets since 2006, holding several senior level positions. These included stints as its Director of Global Product Management, Director of Global Dealing Operations, and Head of Derivatives.

Additional stops also include WorldSpreads Group Plc, City Index, and Finspreads, part of a lengthy career spanning over two decades, according to information made public on his Linkedin profile.

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