Multi-asset trading platform, VT Markets announced the appointment of Yiangos Georgiou, former Head of Affiliates at IronFX Cyprus, as the company’s new Regional Business Development Director today.

In his new role, Georgiou will take care of the expansion of VT Markets. Moreover, the newly appointed Regional Business Development Director will introduce high-profile partnerships and collaborations. VT Markets aims to take advantage of Georgiou’s extensive experience in the global financial services industry.

Before joining VT Markets, Georgiou worked as Head of Business Development at 24Option. During his time at IronFX, he led the company’s business development and affiliate team. Georgiou played an important role in the company’s global expansion.

“I have been in the Forex Industry since 2014, and during that time I have been able to help and assist companies to develop under my guidance. Starting my career within the forex, I have developed and worked endlessly for some prime companies within the industry, and I am now a proud member of the VT Group. Joining VT Markets as the Director of Business Development has given me the opportunity to implement my skills and resources to establish our software successfully within the EU Market,” Georgiou commented.

Expansion Plans of VT Markets

Based in Australia, VT Markets is one of the prominent financial trading platforms. The company offers trading services in various financial assets. Through the appointment of Georgiou, VT Markets is planning to enhance its presence in the European region.

“Yiangos will now support VT Markets in achieving its business development goals on a European level. A major objective of the multi-asset trading services provider based in Sydney Australia is to expand in different areas and the company plans to draw upon Mr Georgiou’s skills and extensive experience to fulfill this. Yiangos will also focus on introducing high-profile partnerships and putting new business developments into action to cover the whole client lifecycle,” VT Markets added.

Multi-asset trading platform, VT Markets announced the appointment of Yiangos Georgiou, former Head of Affiliates at IronFX Cyprus, as the company’s new Regional Business Development Director today.

In his new role, Georgiou will take care of the expansion of VT Markets. Moreover, the newly appointed Regional Business Development Director will introduce high-profile partnerships and collaborations. VT Markets aims to take advantage of Georgiou’s extensive experience in the global financial services industry.

Before joining VT Markets, Georgiou worked as Head of Business Development at 24Option. During his time at IronFX, he led the company’s business development and affiliate team. Georgiou played an important role in the company’s global expansion.

“I have been in the Forex Industry since 2014, and during that time I have been able to help and assist companies to develop under my guidance. Starting my career within the forex, I have developed and worked endlessly for some prime companies within the industry, and I am now a proud member of the VT Group. Joining VT Markets as the Director of Business Development has given me the opportunity to implement my skills and resources to establish our software successfully within the EU Market,” Georgiou commented.

Expansion Plans of VT Markets

Based in Australia, VT Markets is one of the prominent financial trading platforms. The company offers trading services in various financial assets. Through the appointment of Georgiou, VT Markets is planning to enhance its presence in the European region.

“Yiangos will now support VT Markets in achieving its business development goals on a European level. A major objective of the multi-asset trading services provider based in Sydney Australia is to expand in different areas and the company plans to draw upon Mr Georgiou’s skills and extensive experience to fulfill this. Yiangos will also focus on introducing high-profile partnerships and putting new business developments into action to cover the whole client lifecycle,” VT Markets added.