Tradeview Markets, a multi-asset provider of financial services, has announced the senior appointment of longtime company veteran, Ben Sadgrove, to assume the new role of Chief Operating Officer (COO) with immediate effect, according to a Tradeview statement.
Mr. Sadgrove steps into his new role as the COO of Tradeview after eight years with the group. He has served Tradeview in a variety of capacities, including most recently as its Vice President of International Sales – a role he has held since 2012. In his new position as the group’s COO, Mr. Sadgrove will focus on the implementation and streamlining of Tradeview’s strategic operational agenda as well as ensuring its global expansionary ambitions.
During his eight years with Tradeview, Mr. Sadgrove has become an integral component of the company, playing a key role in the development and expansion of the group via his expertise across both retail and corporate trading markets. Mr. Sadgrove has garnered a highly decorated career in the financial services industry. Prior to joining Tradeview, he worked as the Vice President of Sales at Boston Merchant Financial Ltd. (BMFN), with additional stops at Ikon Group Financial Services, Rosenthal Collins Group, and One World Capital.
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According to Timothy Furey, Tradeview’s Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in a recent statement on the appointment: “We have tremendous confidence in Ben’s ability to align Tradeview’s already established world-class trading environment, with industry-leading operational practices that will further enhance Tradeview’s market leadership.”
“I am humbled and excited to be apart of this exciting time at Tradeview. We will continue to enforce a positive company culture, which encourages excellence through innovative technologies and promoting an environment of entrepreneurism, and we will remain focused on providing an industry-leading trading environment and world-class customer service,” added Mr. Sadgrove in an accompanying statement.
Tradeview Markets boasts a diverse offering of foreign exchange (FX), contracts-for-difference (CFD) and stock trading for a global clientele. The company made headlines last month after it fortified its comprehensive services suite with the integration of Uphold, an open API provider, becoming the first broker to partner with the group.