TradeTech Promotes Oksana Remez to Group’s Business Development Team

The former executive of ACM Group and GAIN Capital has been elevated to the Executive team of TradeTech

The financial trading subsidiary of Playtech, TradeTech Group, has just announced that the company made an internal promotion. Oksana Remez joins the group’s business development team. She will assume her new responsibilities in November.

Coming with a raft of experience in the trading industry, Remez will serve as a Senior Business Development Executive for group’s operations. She previously held the position at TradeTech Alpha.

“Being exposed to retail and institutional customers lead me to understanding the importance of cohesive front to end technology solution. Many brokers are less than optimal at the back office, risk management, and liquidity management processes. Given the impact this can have on profitability, there’s a real opportunity for TradeTech’s technology to make a difference,” Remez explained.

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Extensive Career

The new Senior Business Development Executive at TradeTech has been in the foreign exchange and CFDs trading industry since 2011 when Oksana joined GFT Markets. After the acquisition of the company made by GAIN Capital, Remez became Business Development Manager of the company’s institutional business in London.

Remez will be working to promote TradeTech’s technology, and liquidity offers to brokerages and other institutional clients and will be based in London.

Commenting on the new hire, the CEO of TradeTech Group, Ron Hoffman, said: “Oksana will play a key role in how we build our offer to brokers and other partners. She brings a wealth of experience and a unique insight into the broker’s mindset. We’re very happy to have her on board.”

The move comes as the retail brokerage clients of TradeTech are facing a transformative phase. The new regulatory framework by ESMA caused substantial declined in trading volumes across the EU. While some brokers have been refocusing their business to new geographies, others have established offshore subsidiaries to continue to be able to provide high leverage trading. 

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