FX industry veteran Muhammad Rasoul has parted ways with ACM Group Limited (known in the industry as ‘Alpha’), ending a four-year tenure with the company that offers bespoke Risk Management and trading solutions to B2B customers.

It is presently unknown where Mr. Rasoul’s next move is following his resignation.

Rasoul has also left his position as a director at TradeTech Group, a role he held with Playtech financials division since October 2017. In the same year, Playtech agreed a $150 million deal to acquire the assets of privately-owned brokerage firm ACM Group.

Playtech’s TradeTech division includes TradeTech Alpha, created to deliver a B2B solution, Markets.com, a provider of CFD and FX trading to retail investors, and MarketsX, a dedicated B2C brand for high-net worth clients. TradeTech Group also includes CFH, which it acquired in 2016.

TradeTech Alpha enables retail brokers to license its proprietary trading platform, CRM software, back-office and business-intelligence systems, as well as their Liquidity technology alongside multi-asset execution, prime brokerage services, liquidity and risk management tools.

Prior to Alpha, Muhammad had been an instrumental force at GAIN Capital for nearly four years, having joined the broker in May 2012. Over the course of his tenure he has helped promote and strengthen GAIN’s influence across its global business lines.

Under his reign, GAIN Capital has made a number of splashes in the foreign exchange industry, including its landmark acquisition of FX, CFD and UK spread betting firm, City Index Limited, for $118 million.

Durung his tenure with the US-listed broker, he was responsible for the vision, development and execution of GAIN’s product strategy across all business lines, and also leads the firm’s institutional business development function, including GAIN GTX and retail partnerships.

Mr. Rasoul has been a mainstay in the FX industry for nearly two decades. Prior to joining GAIN Capital in 2012, he served as the Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of GFT Markets for sixteen years, dating back to 1996.

FX industry veteran Muhammad Rasoul has parted ways with ACM Group Limited (known in the industry as ‘Alpha’), ending a four-year tenure with the company that offers bespoke Risk Management and trading solutions to B2B customers.

It is presently unknown where Mr. Rasoul’s next move is following his resignation.

Rasoul has also left his position as a director at TradeTech Group, a role he held with Playtech financials division since October 2017. In the same year, Playtech agreed a $150 million deal to acquire the assets of privately-owned brokerage firm ACM Group.

Playtech’s TradeTech division includes TradeTech Alpha, created to deliver a B2B solution, Markets.com, a provider of CFD and FX trading to retail investors, and MarketsX, a dedicated B2C brand for high-net worth clients. TradeTech Group also includes CFH, which it acquired in 2016.

TradeTech Alpha enables retail brokers to license its proprietary trading platform, CRM software, back-office and business-intelligence systems, as well as their Liquidity technology alongside multi-asset execution, prime brokerage services, liquidity and risk management tools.

Prior to Alpha, Muhammad had been an instrumental force at GAIN Capital for nearly four years, having joined the broker in May 2012. Over the course of his tenure he has helped promote and strengthen GAIN’s influence across its global business lines.

Under his reign, GAIN Capital has made a number of splashes in the foreign exchange industry, including its landmark acquisition of FX, CFD and UK spread betting firm, City Index Limited, for $118 million.

Durung his tenure with the US-listed broker, he was responsible for the vision, development and execution of GAIN’s product strategy across all business lines, and also leads the firm’s institutional business development function, including GAIN GTX and retail partnerships.

Mr. Rasoul has been a mainstay in the FX industry for nearly two decades. Prior to joining GAIN Capital in 2012, he served as the Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of GFT Markets for sixteen years, dating back to 1996.