Non-Executive Director Julien Cohen Leaves LCG

According to a filing with Companies House, Cohen left the company on the 17th of April this year.

There’s been a change to London Capital Group’s (LCG) team of directors, as Julien Cohen, a non-executive director has left the company, Finance Magnates has learned.

According to a document filed through UK’s Companies House, Cohen’s position as a director was terminated on the 17th of April this year.

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The document does not specify why Cohen has left his position as a non-executive director of the UK-headquartered firm. Finance Magnates has reached out for further details as to why Cohen left the company, but as of the time of publishing, we have not yet received a response.

LCG is a contract for difference (CFD) and online trading provider, offering financial instruments for investment such as foreign exchange (forex), shares, commodities, metals and more.

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Julien Cohen Joined LCG Board in 2014

As Finance Magnates reported initially, Cohen joined LCG’s Board back in 2014. During his career, he has worked in general corporate management and financial investment for 15 years.

When he joined the Board, he brought with him not only his previous experience as a non-executive director but also his knowledge in technology investment and cross-sector experience in business growth and development.

Over the course of his extensive career, Cohen has held a number of positions in multiple sectors. To give you an idea, these range from non-executive director and major shareholder at Ressources Robex, non-executive director and major shareholder at Panhard General Defense and non-executive director and major shareholder at Altergaz, among other roles.

Cohen leaving LCG is one of the latest executive moves at the online trading provider. As Finance Magnates reported last year, Panayiotis Theodorou was promoted to Chief Information Officer (CIO).

In addition, we also reported exclusively that Eliza Eliadou, the firm’s current Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) was set to be the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company’s Cyprus operations, according to a source with knowledge of the matter.

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