Tarek Aljneidi Leaves Crypto Exchange EXMO to Start AZ Intelligence

Aljneidi joined the licensed crypto venue from the FX industry.

Tarek Aljneidi has parted ways with UK-registered Bitcoin exchange, EXMO following a short stint as its Marketing Manager. The FX specialist with eight years of experience, mostly spent his career in Middle East markets, is leaving his current position to start a new consultancy business.

Aljneidi had been responsible for scaling EXMO UK operations in Europe and was tasked with growing the business across the MENA region at a time of rapid change for the cryptocurrency industry.

Tarek Aljneidi
Tarek Aljneidi

Aljneidi joined the licensed crypto venue from the FX industry. His appointment at EXMO UK made sense as he brought nearly a decade of experience and strategic insight, especially relating to traditional asset classes and trading. This included senior roles throughout sales, marketing and business development with different firms in the financial services industry.

Most recently, Aljneidi served as Head of Performance Marketing for ThinkMarkets. For the past two years, his responsibilities covered the broker’s products across FX, shares, cryptocurrencies and CFDs.

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Prior to his time at ThinkMarkets, Aljneidi spent nearly two years as Digital Marketing Manager at the London-based foreign exchange affiliate, Investoo Group.

Moreover, Aljneidi worked as a Senior Relationship Manager at Admiral Markets Group. He moved to ThinkMarkets when the company acquired Admiral Markets’ office in Dubai in 2015 to service the Middle East region. He held an analogous role with Hantec Markets earlier in his career, which dates back to 2012.

Aljneidi is going live with AZ Intelligence, a privately owned company headquartered in Dubai, which has been in the works over the last few months. The new venture runs several online finance and retail investment websites that provide reviews and guides about different exchanges, brokerages and other online trading platforms.

“We believe we made this move at the right time. With retail investing becoming more popular while investors are struggling to find the right providers. We hope to eliminate this gap by running informative platforms with solutions to every retail investor’s quest,” Aljneidi told Finance Magnates.

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