Trade.com Hires Michalis Tsaousellis as Chief Dealer

Friday, 03/02/2023 | 09:27 GMT by Arnab Shome
  • Earlier, he worked as a Chief Dealer with multiple brokers.
  • The broker is also expanding geographically, acquiring new licenses.
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Trade Capital Markets (TCM) Limited, the operator of forex and CFDs broker Trade.com, has hired Michalis Tsaousellis as the Chief Dealer. Based in Cyprus, he is responsible for managing the company’s trading team, developing and introducing new products, and optimizing the product development process. Further, he is overseeing and analyzing traded market risk activities.

Trade.com Cyprus Onboards New Chief Dealer

According to his Linkedin profile, he joined the Trade.com operator from an unnamed forex broker , where he worked for a year as the Chief Dealer. Prior to that, he was a Senior Dealer at the Cyprus offices of FXPRIMUS for about five years.

“I am an experienced Chief Dealer and Risk Manager,” Tsaousellis describes himself in his Linkedin profile.

“I am specialized in enterprise risk & trading risk management for investment firms. Expert in setting up and maintaining dealing and trading platforms, including MT4, MT5, and C Trader. I have managed to optimize the trading book of a large-sized broker, thus maximizing profit and minimizing risk.”

An Expanding Broker

Trade Capital Markets (TCM) Limited was established in 2013 and is the Cypriot subsidiary of Trade Capital Holding (TCH) Limited. The company operates the Trade.com brokerage brand with a Cyprus Investment Firm (CIF) license and holds authorization in South Africa from the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA).

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Additionally, Trade.com is expanding its geographical presence and recently obtained FINRA’s approval as a broker-dealer license in the United States. On top of that, it secured a new license from the Government of Dubai last year and is now eying for regulatory approvals in Italy. Moreover, the platform holds regulatory permission in the United Kingdom, Mauritius, and Spain.

Trade.com is a bootstrapped company so far and is now preparing for an institutional funding round by 2024. Meanwhile, the UK arm of the brokerage group reported a 114 percent jump in 2021 revenue, with losses narrowed by 72 percent.

Trade Capital Markets (TCM) Limited, the operator of forex and CFDs broker Trade.com, has hired Michalis Tsaousellis as the Chief Dealer. Based in Cyprus, he is responsible for managing the company’s trading team, developing and introducing new products, and optimizing the product development process. Further, he is overseeing and analyzing traded market risk activities.

Trade.com Cyprus Onboards New Chief Dealer

According to his Linkedin profile, he joined the Trade.com operator from an unnamed forex broker , where he worked for a year as the Chief Dealer. Prior to that, he was a Senior Dealer at the Cyprus offices of FXPRIMUS for about five years.

“I am an experienced Chief Dealer and Risk Manager,” Tsaousellis describes himself in his Linkedin profile.

“I am specialized in enterprise risk & trading risk management for investment firms. Expert in setting up and maintaining dealing and trading platforms, including MT4, MT5, and C Trader. I have managed to optimize the trading book of a large-sized broker, thus maximizing profit and minimizing risk.”

An Expanding Broker

Trade Capital Markets (TCM) Limited was established in 2013 and is the Cypriot subsidiary of Trade Capital Holding (TCH) Limited. The company operates the Trade.com brokerage brand with a Cyprus Investment Firm (CIF) license and holds authorization in South Africa from the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA).

Check out the official snippet video of iFX EXPO Dubai 2023.

Additionally, Trade.com is expanding its geographical presence and recently obtained FINRA’s approval as a broker-dealer license in the United States. On top of that, it secured a new license from the Government of Dubai last year and is now eying for regulatory approvals in Italy. Moreover, the platform holds regulatory permission in the United Kingdom, Mauritius, and Spain.

Trade.com is a bootstrapped company so far and is now preparing for an institutional funding round by 2024. Meanwhile, the UK arm of the brokerage group reported a 114 percent jump in 2021 revenue, with losses narrowed by 72 percent.

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Arnab is an electronics engineer-turned-financial editor. He entered the industry covering the cryptocurrency market for Finance Magnates and later expanded his reach to forex as well. He is passionate about the changing regulatory landscape on financial markets and keenly follows the disruptions in the industry with new-age technologies.
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