Multi-asset regulated broker NAGA Markets has appointed Dominic Poynter as the Head of Marketing and Affiliates, according to Poytner’s LinkedIn profile.
Poynter joins the Cyprus-based broker with two decades worth of experience in sales and marketing positions. Since 2004, his roles have mainly revolved around financial services.
His experience includes the promotion of mortgages, loans, credit cards, banking and since 2010 he has exclusively promoted forex and CFDs.
As a result, Poynter has a solid understanding of the forex market, its players, platforms, business models, strategies, strengths, and weaknesses.
Poytner joins NAGA markets from Positiva Markets, otherwise known as ATFX Global Markets, a specialized multi-asset brokerage in FX, precious metals, indices, and commodities. Here he was Head of Marketing in Limassol, Cyprus and held the position for more than a year.
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Before this, he was the Director of Marketing Operations at easyMarkets, a CySEC-regulated online market-maker and trading platform, provider. During his time at the company, he worked closely with the Chief Marketing Officer to formulate strategies and execution for the smooth brand migration from easy-forex to easyMarkets.
At easyMarkets, he was also in charge of website CMS management, content creation, SEO, video, graphic design, landing pages and campaign creation, affiliate management.
Other positions in the forex market include Director of Marketing and Communications at Forex Growth Funds and Head of Marketing at JFD Brokers Limited, an internationally licensed global provider of multi-asset trading and investment services.
NAGA Markets is a financial services firm that provides investors and financial market professionals with trading solutions on its MetaTrader 4 and NAGA TRADER app. The company is regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) and is bound by the European “Markets in Financial Instruments Directive” (MiFid).
The company allows investors to trade indices, equities, commodities, forex and contracts for differences (CFDs), including CFDs on cryptocurrencies.