Star Financial Systems, founded in 2009, has announced to Forex Magnates today that Dan Moczulski has accepted the position as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer (CEO), after having served as a consultant since 2013.
The London-based technology provider, Star Financial Systems offers brokers a multi-asset and multi-platform middle and back office solution, with front-end apps if required but agnostic to the platforms used to trade. The system aggregates client and market risk across all products and all platforms, allowing brokerages to manage their risk in one place.
Some of the brands the company lists as having worked with Star Financial Systems are London Capital Group, Euronext NYSE and Gain Capital, amongst others.
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Mr. Moczulski’s experience in the brokerage industry started at IG Group in 2000 as a dealer, focusing on sales. By the time he left IG 9 years later he was director of New Business covering both the retail and institutional departments. Subsequently he has held positions as Sales Director of City Index, Commercial Director Of London Capital Group and Commercial Director of Zignals.
Speaking with Forex Magnates, the new CEO said of Star Financial Systems: “We have been built from the ground up as multi-asset, unlike most systems, and so are as comfortable with a spread bet on Cisco, as a CFD trade on Nymex, to a Spot FX trade on Cable. We are front-end agnostic, so brokers can take our front-end, or quickly and easily integrate third parties, such as MT4. Obviously we are totally independent of liquidity providers.”
Mr. Moczulski added: “The Forex Magnates event in London helped convince me of the move and the way I was suggesting for Star. Nearly all panel members remarked on the future being multi-platform and multiple-asset class, with the Oanda representative even suggesting they will concentrate on core functionality and plug in existing 3rd party front-end tech as essentially that is what their client base is demanding.”