Norbert Lukasiewicz has parted ways with Divisa Capital UK, following a three and a half year tenure as managing director of the company. He will be relinquishing his role as the Chief Innovation Officer of Divisa, reportedly leaving the group to pursue other interests.
Mr. Lukasiewicz originally joined Divisa Capital UK in July 2014. Prior to his arrival at the group, he spent just over three years with Integral Development Corp. In this role, Mr. Lukasiewicz initially held a number of senior roles, including that of vice president of the company. This paved the way for his subsequent promotion to director, having served as Head of Global Segment for Retail Brokers.
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Mr. Lukasiewicz entered the FX sphere as an independent, self-employed trader back in October of 2006. At the start of 2008, he joined Alpari UK. He began his tenure at the broker as a client services representative, ultimately climbing the ranks to become a product marketing manager. In July 2009, he was again promoted to product development manager, where he remained for over two years, before leaving Alpari to join the Integral Development Corp’s team.
Iskandar Najjar, CEO of Equiti Group, commented to Finance Magnates: “We are extremely grateful to Norbert for his valuable expertise and experience he brought to the company. He has been an effective catalyst for change during the transformational phase of the company, and played a significant role in the company’s development and its many achievements.”
Mr. Lukasiewicz leaves Divisa Capital UK at a time of growth and development for the company. Divisa’s fiscal 2017 revenues more than doubled to £4.7 million, signifying a positive direction for the company. At the end of October of last year, the company also launched a proprietary trading platform, aimed at providing trading solutions and convenience for asset managers, hedge funds, fund managers and banks.
“It was an immense pleasure to have supported the company during its transitional period and to have been a part of the company’s vibrant growth. The company is now well-positioned to achieve its global strategic growth plans in 2018 and beyond,” explained Mr. Lukasiewicz exclusively to Finance Magnates.