Gold-i, a provider of multi-asset liquidity management solutions, has started off February by adding a new addition to its account management and on-boarding team in Shanghai, with the firm announcing today that Laurence Luo has been appointed as Technical Support Engineer.
Luo is the former Technical Account Manager at PrimeXM and the second professional to join Gold-i from PrimeXM this year. In his role as Technical Support Engineer, Luo will provide technical support to the company’s Asia-based clients. In addition, he will also manage client relationships.
Gold-i in Shanghai
The company opened its Shanghai office in March of 2015. Since then it has managed to attract a client base of brokers across the region. According to the statement, the most popular of the company’s products in the region are the Gold-i MT4 Bridge, MT5 Gateway, MAM products, and Visual Edge.
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Commenting on the appointment, Tom Higgins, the Chief Executive Officer of Gold-i said: “Laurence spent eighteen months at PrimeXM and has a good understanding of our market and our clients’ requirements. His technical expertise, client servicing skills and team spirit make him an ideal fit for Gold-i. We are delighted he has chosen to join our team.”
Luo joins the liquidity management firm less than a month after Mike Dugdale, the former Global Sales Manager at PrimeXM. As Finance Magnates reported, he joined the firm to help grow the organisation across key territories.
“Gold-i has a very strong reputation amongst Asian brokers and I believe has a significant competitive advantage in the region in terms of the functionality and performance of its products as well as its outstanding client service. Joining the Gold-i team provides a great opportunity for me to progress my career and I am proud to be part of such an innovative FinTech company,” Luo added.
Over the past ten months, the company has been expanding its sales team, with Dugdale being one of the most recent additions. In the past nine months, for example, two senior executives from software company IRESS joined the liquidity management firm.