After co-founding Dabbl nearly three years ago, Martin Slaney is once again on the move, taking up a new role at the Royal Mint. He joins the group with immediate effect as its director of product management, Finance Magnates has learned.
Dabbl was co-founded back in 2014 by Slaney – the group has since operated as a next-generation stockbroker that caters to a wide range of clients. The group also has a services suite set up for investors, offering versatile share purchasing options. Dabbl is the trading name of Thomas Grant and Company Limited, which is authorized and regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Mr. Slaney served as the primary architect behind the group – prior to founding Dabbl, he worked at London Capital Group (LCG) as Director of Product Strategy & Innovation, dating back to 2013. In this capacity he maintained responsibility for determining and delivering the group’s product roadmap and strategic plan, with a focus on innovation.
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The bulk of his career was relegated to GFT Markets however, having worked there for over seven years, extending back to 2006. During his tenure at the group he held a series of senior level roles including Director of Global Project Management, Director of Global Dealing Operations, and Head of Derivatives.
Additional stops also include stints at WorldSpreads Group Plc as Head of Online Trading and City Index according to information made public on his Linkedin profile.
His new role at The Royal Mint represents a shift in his traditional focus, which for the entirety of his career has been localized to the financial services industry. He will be based in London.