Estonia-based Admiral Markets AS, operating as Admirals, announced on Tuesday the resignation of its long-standing executive, Jens Chrzanowski. He is going to step down from the Management Board of the broker on 1 September 2022.

“I am very sorry to see Jens Chrzanowski go, but I completely understand his desire to move on after working together for many years,” said Sergei Bogatenkov, the Chief Executive Officer at Admiral Markets AS.

Chrzanowski is parting with Admirals after 11 years with the company. He joined the brokerage in mid-2011 as the Regional Director of Germany, Austria, Swiss and the Netherlands, and he became a part of the board in early 2017.

Prior to that, he spent years with Deutsche Bank, E*TRADE and FXCM.

Additionally, Bogatenkov highlighted Chrzanowski played an important in the success and global positioning of the brokerage brand.

“Germany is our most successful market, where we have been known as a quality leader in the sector for many years, and Jens has an extremely important role in this. He is a great team player with whom we have secured our successful presence in the financial world and built a strong FinTech brand,” Bogatenkov added.

“I wish him all the best in taking on new challenges.”

Activities at Admirals

Rebranded last year, Admirals has gained two major licenses over the recent months: one from the regulator in Canada and the other in South Africa. Both licenses allow the company to offer contracts for differences (CFDs) instruments to retail customers.

Meanwhile, the broker witnessed other executive changes, including the hiring of Francisco Sánchez-Matamoros as the Country Manager in Spain, Sami Hamed as the CEO of the Jordan branch, and the departure of Olga Lustsik, who was a Board Member.

Estonia-based Admiral Markets AS, operating as Admirals, announced on Tuesday the resignation of its long-standing executive, Jens Chrzanowski. He is going to step down from the Management Board of the broker on 1 September 2022.

“I am very sorry to see Jens Chrzanowski go, but I completely understand his desire to move on after working together for many years,” said Sergei Bogatenkov, the Chief Executive Officer at Admiral Markets AS.

Chrzanowski is parting with Admirals after 11 years with the company. He joined the brokerage in mid-2011 as the Regional Director of Germany, Austria, Swiss and the Netherlands, and he became a part of the board in early 2017.

Prior to that, he spent years with Deutsche Bank, E*TRADE and FXCM.

Additionally, Bogatenkov highlighted Chrzanowski played an important in the success and global positioning of the brokerage brand.

“Germany is our most successful market, where we have been known as a quality leader in the sector for many years, and Jens has an extremely important role in this. He is a great team player with whom we have secured our successful presence in the financial world and built a strong FinTech brand,” Bogatenkov added.

“I wish him all the best in taking on new challenges.”

Activities at Admirals

Rebranded last year, Admirals has gained two major licenses over the recent months: one from the regulator in Canada and the other in South Africa. Both licenses allow the company to offer contracts for differences (CFDs) instruments to retail customers.

Meanwhile, the broker witnessed other executive changes, including the hiring of Francisco Sánchez-Matamoros as the Country Manager in Spain, Sami Hamed as the CEO of the Jordan branch, and the departure of Olga Lustsik, who was a Board Member.