Finance Magnates has learned that Sarah Farah, the former Sales Team Leader at Hamburg-headquartered NAGA Group AG (XETRA: N4G), has been promoted to Head of Retention. According to an update revealed via LinkedIn, Farah started her new position in the company where she has been working for over two years.

She first started as an Account Manager and Business Developer for over two years. Farah then worked for almost two years as Sales Team Leader. Prior to her current career at NAGA, she worked at the  multi-asset  broker BDSwiss as an Account Manager for over a year.

Farah holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Business Administration and Management from the American University in Dubai. Additionally, she has AML and Advanced certificates from the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission ( CySEC  ). Workmates and people within her network had praised her new role at NAGA in the post she made via LinkedIn.

“No one deserves it more! We will continue to witness amazing things from you. It’s a privilege to know you and work with you!” one message reads.

NAGA Metrics

NAGA released its most recent metrics last month, revealing that its core remains in copy-trading services with instruments of popular asset classes like forex and CFDs of stocks, commodities and others. Moreover, its popularity has exploded in recent years, which is clearly visible in its financials.

Furthermore, the platform revealed that its monthly brokerage revenue for January touched a record high of €8 million, compared to only €2.8 million generated in the same month of the previous year.

NAGA Group’s revenue for the entire 2021 came in at €55.3 million, which turned out to be a record in its operational history, Finance Magnates reported earlier. “A very pleasing start to a new successful year for NAGA. We will continue to accelerate our growth in a targeted manner. In addition, we are increasingly working on global M&A activities as well as partnerships, which we intend to announce as soon as possible,” Benjamin Bilski, the Founder and CEO of NAGA Group AG, commented.

Finance Magnates has learned that Sarah Farah, the former Sales Team Leader at Hamburg-headquartered NAGA Group AG (XETRA: N4G), has been promoted to Head of Retention. According to an update revealed via LinkedIn, Farah started her new position in the company where she has been working for over two years.

She first started as an Account Manager and Business Developer for over two years. Farah then worked for almost two years as Sales Team Leader. Prior to her current career at NAGA, she worked at the  multi-asset  broker BDSwiss as an Account Manager for over a year.

Farah holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Business Administration and Management from the American University in Dubai. Additionally, she has AML and Advanced certificates from the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission ( CySEC  ). Workmates and people within her network had praised her new role at NAGA in the post she made via LinkedIn.

“No one deserves it more! We will continue to witness amazing things from you. It’s a privilege to know you and work with you!” one message reads.

NAGA Metrics

NAGA released its most recent metrics last month, revealing that its core remains in copy-trading services with instruments of popular asset classes like forex and CFDs of stocks, commodities and others. Moreover, its popularity has exploded in recent years, which is clearly visible in its financials.

Furthermore, the platform revealed that its monthly brokerage revenue for January touched a record high of €8 million, compared to only €2.8 million generated in the same month of the previous year.

NAGA Group’s revenue for the entire 2021 came in at €55.3 million, which turned out to be a record in its operational history, Finance Magnates reported earlier. “A very pleasing start to a new successful year for NAGA. We will continue to accelerate our growth in a targeted manner. In addition, we are increasingly working on global M&A activities as well as partnerships, which we intend to announce as soon as possible,” Benjamin Bilski, the Founder and CEO of NAGA Group AG, commented.