Australian foreign exchange (FX) broker OzForex (ASX:OFX), has appointed Prince Ghuman to dual new roles at the group as both its Director of Marketing, North America and Global Director of Enterprise Development, according to an OzForex statement.
In his new roles, Mr. Ghuman will be based out of the company’s San Francisco office. In this capacity he will be tasked with bolstering the group’s brands, USForex and CanadianForex. In addition, he will also help develop OzForex Group into a leading fintech enterprise for a host of corporations and financial institutions.
Prior to joining OzForex, Mr. Ghuman served as Chief Marketing Officer for Zip Zap Inc – additionally, he has also held senior level marketing roles at Buy Auto Parts.
According to Jeff Parker, Chief Enterprise Officer at OzForex Group, in a recent statement on the appointment, “Ghuman is an agile-minded businessman. He’s a professional that really gets it. His entrepreneurial pedigree means he uses data to quickly hypothesize, test, and adapt at scale.”
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“As a first-generation Indian-American who’s resided in Europe and Asia and speaks five languages, Prince has a special appreciation for the international nature of the money transfer business. We’re lucky to have him on our team and look forward to the many contributions I know he’ll make,” added Maria Loyez, Chief Marketing Officer at OzForex Group.
“I’ve known of the OzForex Group for many years due to their stellar reputation in Europe and the APAC. I was also impressed when I learned how many money transfer businesses are powered by OzForex. This is a pivotal time for OzForex – the upcoming launch of a new global brand, the sharp focus on B2B, and the emphasis on USA in the growth strategy,” noted Mr. Ghuman.
“When the endeavor to lead their North American marketing efforts was presented to me, I back flipped at the opportunity. We’re global to the core, our employees represent 47 nations, and our foreign exchange operations touch 200 countries. I look forward to bringing my experience to bear on OzForex’s growth,” he reiterated.
OzForex (ASX:OFX) recently made headlines after it reported record-high revenues for H1 of its 2015/16 financial year ending March 31, 2016. The figure stood at $10 billion, up 34.0% YoY, from $7.5 billion.