GAIN Capital Onboards Nick Saunders to Head of Cash Equities

Saunders has a strong track record of success with startups that he has worked on whether local or international.

GAIN Capital Holdings Inc., located in London. has onboarded Nick Saunders to Head of Cash Equities, effective from April 2021.

Finance Magnates recently discovered that Nick Saunders, a senior executive with experience of working in the retail financial services, has been named by GAIN Capital, a US-based provider of online trading services, as its new Head of Cash Equities.

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Saunders brings various skills to the role, including Operations Management, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Securities and Asset Management. Additionally, he has a strong track record of success with startups that he has worked on whether local or international.

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A Chronicle of Saunders Vocation

Prior to taking on the new position at GAIN Capital, Saunders served Trading 212 from October 2014 until last month. Originally, he joined the organisation as its UK Compliance Officer (CF10 /CF11). However, after only three months he received a promotion to the rank of UK CEO where he spent the next six and a half years.

Earlier to his experience at Trading 212, Cave & Sons recruited Saunders back in September 2011 as its Operations and Compliance Manager. For eighteen months, he monitored compliance on a daily basis, encompassing discretionary wealth management, execution-only stockbroking and financial planning. His success led the way forth to a further promotion to Compliance Officer and MLRO. In this post, he took on the responsibilities of FSA authorised activities at the regional stockbroker among other duties.

Previously, he spent almost thirteen years at IG Index. In November 2005, he became the Managing Director in Singapore IG Index and headed all aspects of establishing and running the CFD business. After eighteen months, he moved up to Director and Head of International Operations. During this time, he was in charge of analysing non-UK business opportunities including acquisitions, partnerships and business expansion.

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