Tarek Nabil Leaves Amana Capital to Take Up COO Position at CAPEX.com

Tarek Nabil brings around twenty years of high-level experience to CAPEX.com.

CAPEX.com, known as Key Way Markets Ltd, has recruited Tarek Nabil as its new Chief Operations Officer, effective from July 2021.

Finance Magnates recently learned from Nabil’s LinkedIn among other sources that Tarek Nabil, an executive with around two decades of experience in the finance industry, has been appointed by CAPEX.com, owned by Key Way Group Ltd, based in Romania and Gibraltar domiciled fintech investment group, as its new Chief Operations Officer.

Nabil brings around twenty years of experience from the finance sector. His experience further extends to Amana Capital and his FX career at Saxo Bank in both Copenhagen and Dubai.

The timing of the appointment coincides with a recent announcement of the launch of CAPEX.com’s latest zero-commission product StoX. StoX gives clients access to trade over 50 of the world’s largest US-listed companies including Apple, Tesla, Microsoft and more. The product enables clients to trade without leverage and no swap fees on long (buy) positions. Further, the company is a sponsor of the Italian football club, Juventus.

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Nabil’s Vocational Records

Prior to being recruited by CAPEX.com, he served Amana Capital, which made good use of his attributes as a Director for almost two years.

Earlier, he joined Saxo Bank in August 2006. His most recent role was Sales and Relationship Manager located in Denmark and Dubai. In this position, he assisted the set up of the Middle East office, established new client relationships in the area and created a new client database among other duties. Before that, his other roles consisted of Senior Associate and Associate at Saxo Bank A/S, Team Leader of Change Group Aps and his previous post of Senior Foreign Exchange Cashier.

Furthermore, he began as a Team Leader for The Change Group Denmark. From April 2001, he managed a team of cashiers in a fast-paced environment for more than five years.

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