Leverate has elevated veteran, Sami Mana to the role of Chief of Staff, following a successful tenure with the solutions provider.
In his new role as the Chief of Staff at Leverate, Mr. Mana will be responsible for the overall strategy behind the company’s direction, along with the implementation of its policy initiatives. Moreover, he is slated to play a key role in managing cross-company projects and day-to-day operations.
Mr. Mana joined Leverate back in 2009 – since then he has risen through the ranks, ascending from the role of Support Manager, to Head of Support and Customer Relations, followed by an appointment as its Trading Optimization Director in 2013, according to information made public on his Linkedin profile.
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Leverate has had an eventful year in terms of personnel changes. Back in March, the company’s CEO, Ran Strauss, relinquished his position and stepped down, paving the way for the appointment of Kobi Gur as the firm’s new and current CEO this past May.
Speaking exclusively with Finance Magnates at the time, Mr. Gur noted, “The combination of vast B2B technology companies where some of them are directly in the online industry gives me the confidence that I’ll make the proper adjustments into the financial trading world specifically.”
Leverate is a financial technology provider to the foreign exchange (FX) and binary options industry. The group recently expanded to Shanghai’s Huangpu district, and boasts a global presence in Hong Kong, Cyprus and Israel.