Tickmill has promoted Carla Nemr as the broker’s new Chief Business Development Officer that already came into effect. She was previously holding the role of Head of Global Business Development.

Nemr has almost two decades of experience, working mostly in sales-related roles. She started her career in 2001 as a Senior Sales Representative with Bidewi&Sons, according to her Linkedin profile.

"At this stage of my career, I can't even imagine working anywhere other than Tickmill," Nemr told Finance Magnates. "After joining the firm back in 2017 I quickly realised that this was not only an amazing company to grow and develop with, but one that would stand the test of time. Tickmill journey was indeed a challenging one but I am very proud of the achievements and success we have all reached as a team."

Before joining Tickmill in March 2017, Nemr was with Amana Capital, another big brokerage name in the forex and CFDs market. There, she was the Regional Sales Manager for more than a couple of years.

She entered the trading industry in early 2012 with the role of a Reginal Sales Representative at Alpari. Then she moved to Cyprus-based ForexTime in a similar role and had a stint of seven months there. Moreover, she spent more than eighteen months at Falcon Brokers as a Sales Manager.

A Global Broker

Headquartered in London, Tickmill came into existence in 2014. Its offerings include trading services with currency pairs and contracts for differences (CFDs) instruments of indices, commodities, cryptocurrencies and a few other asset classes. It recently partnered with Crypto.com-owned Small Exchange to enable clients to trade CFD’s of futures on stock indices, cannabis and crypto equity index.

The broker is establishing itself as a global brand and is operating in several markets. It holds a license from the financial market regulators of the United Kingdom, Cyprus, South Africa, Seychelles and Malaysia.

Furthermore, Tickmill is doing well business-wise as its United Kingdom subsidiary 41 percent increase in new client onboarding in 2020, along with a 6 percent jump in revenue.

Tickmill has promoted Carla Nemr as the broker’s new Chief Business Development Officer that already came into effect. She was previously holding the role of Head of Global Business Development.

Nemr has almost two decades of experience, working mostly in sales-related roles. She started her career in 2001 as a Senior Sales Representative with Bidewi&Sons, according to her Linkedin profile.

"At this stage of my career, I can't even imagine working anywhere other than Tickmill," Nemr told Finance Magnates. "After joining the firm back in 2017 I quickly realised that this was not only an amazing company to grow and develop with, but one that would stand the test of time. Tickmill journey was indeed a challenging one but I am very proud of the achievements and success we have all reached as a team."

Before joining Tickmill in March 2017, Nemr was with Amana Capital, another big brokerage name in the forex and CFDs market. There, she was the Regional Sales Manager for more than a couple of years.

She entered the trading industry in early 2012 with the role of a Reginal Sales Representative at Alpari. Then she moved to Cyprus-based ForexTime in a similar role and had a stint of seven months there. Moreover, she spent more than eighteen months at Falcon Brokers as a Sales Manager.

A Global Broker

Headquartered in London, Tickmill came into existence in 2014. Its offerings include trading services with currency pairs and contracts for differences (CFDs) instruments of indices, commodities, cryptocurrencies and a few other asset classes. It recently partnered with Crypto.com-owned Small Exchange to enable clients to trade CFD’s of futures on stock indices, cannabis and crypto equity index.

The broker is establishing itself as a global brand and is operating in several markets. It holds a license from the financial market regulators of the United Kingdom, Cyprus, South Africa, Seychelles and Malaysia.

Furthermore, Tickmill is doing well business-wise as its United Kingdom subsidiary 41 percent increase in new client onboarding in 2020, along with a 6 percent jump in revenue.