Leverate, a provider of brokerage solutions for the financial services industry, has parted ways with its Chief Revenue Officer Natalia Vizir, who ends a five-year tenure with the Israeli technology provider.
Vizir has joined another Israeli company called GettWay, which specializes in corporate consulting, company formation, legal support, and assistance in payment solutions.
Vizir joined Leverate back in 2014 where she was originally appointed as Account Management team leader, in charge of customer retention and analyzing team performances. This paved the way for a promotion to the group’s Chief Revenue Officer in 2017, a position she held up until her eventual departure.
Earlier in her career, Natalia worked as a sales and support representative at the now-defunct FX brand Forexyard.
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A reshuffle in top management is routine?
Leverate has been revamping its management team, most recently onboarding Maoz Tenenbaum as its VP of sales.
Also earlier this year, the company announced the resignation of its former CEO, Yasha Polyakov, who relinquished his role after nearly two years. Polyakov was succeeded by the co-founder and former CEO of Leverate, Ran Strauss, who returned to the same position he held with the company during its early days.
In addition, the company has appointed Alkis Hilton as a new CEO and Executive Director for its Cyprus branch. Hilton was previously CEO of AAATrade, a Cyprus based and regulated liquidity provider. Additionally, he was a mainstay at binary options broker-turned-tech provider IQ Option, where he served as CEO of its European operations for nearly four years. Hilton also held several back-office and customer service roles at different FX brokers including HotForex, FX Global Markets (FXGM) and FxPro Group.
On the product front, Leverate last year introduced new updates for its Cyprus-based Regtech solution Regyoul8. The developments come as the regulatory landscape grows more complex, where an explosion of Fintech providers are stepping in to develop new solutions or upgrade their exciting offering.
Leverate said the re-launched solution specifically helps Cypriot firms meet CySEC’s stringent regulatory requirements, as country’s venues and brokers are already gearing up for a seismic shift that has been a long time coming.