Invast global, a multi-asset brokerage and prime services provider, has given Eric Wang a promotion this month. According to information made public on LinkedIn, Wang has taken on the role of Head of Dealing Services in addition to being the company’s director.
Wang has more than a decade of experience in the forex industry, holding a number of senior and management roles at a number of brokers.
In March 2017 Wang joined Invast as Associate Director in Dealing Services. Based in Sydney, he held the position for a year, before being promoted to Director for Dealing Services. This role he held until his most recent promotion this month.
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Before this, Wang worked at CMC Markets, a spread betting and contracts for difference (CFD) provider, for 12 years. Joining in December 2005, he started his career with the firm in Sydney as an execution dealer. He held this position for two years and seven months.
Wang then went on to become Trading Risk Manager in June 2008. He worked in this role for just over three years, until he received another position which saw him move to Singapore, his LinkedIn states. In 2011, Wang became the Senior Business Operation Analyst at the firm, a role he held for almost six years, before returning to Australia to work for Invast Global.
Between 2002 and 2004 Wang studied at the University of Macquarie in Sydney where he graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce (BCom). His field of study was Accounting and Finance. Wang then went on to attend the University of Technology, which is also located in Sydney, in 2005. Here he received a master’s degree in Banking, Corporate, Finance and Securities Law.
Another executive move at Invast Global
Wang is the most recent executive move at Invast Global. Earlier this month, Finance Magnates reported that Nick Briscoe, formerly the prime broker’s Head of Prime Services, had been promoted to Managing Director. Now, Briscoe is acting as Global Head of Prime services for the firm.