Lead Capital Markets Selects Christiana Vasiadou as its new CEO

Vasiadou moves forward by joining the Cyprus investment firm’s top brass, after leaving her position at FXGM.

Lead Capital Markets Ltd. has recruited Christiana Vasiadou to serve as its new CEO. As we approach 2018, the Cyprus based investment firm, which is licensed and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC), is making moves to secure experienced professionals to head its operations.

Prior Experience

Through an extensive history of working within the financial industry, Ms. Vasiadou provides a great deal of valuable experience. Prior to being hired by Lead Capital Markets, she operated as Compliance Officer and Head of Monitoring at Depaho Ltd., which owns two brands – FXGM and GTCM. FXGM was absorbed by Depaho in 2014, during a series of partnerships and acquisitions made the parent company.

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Ms.  Vasiadou was hired by Depaho in March 2015. For just under two years, she was in charge of all compliance-related issues, as well as being “responsible for evaluating whether the operations of Depaho Ltd and its two brands, FXGM and GTCM, are conducted in compliance with its obligations under its license.”

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Early Career

Ms. Vasiadou began her career in the banking sector. Her first known position in the in the industry was Assistant Manager of Private Banking at the Bank of Cyprus back in the 1990s. Immediately thereafter, she took a job as Head of Private Banking at HSBC Republic Bank (Cyprus).

As her career continued to develop, she acquired substantial experience in various positions from companies including CLR Securities and Financial Services, Laiki Financial Services, One Plus Capital, JFD Brokers, and eventually Depaho (FXGM). Lead Capital Markets quickly nabbed her bountiful expertise in an effort to improve its own operational goals.

Lead Capital Markets is the parent company of Trade.com. The company was also the owner of the domain Stock.com, prior to the consolidation of both brands in the middle of 2016.

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