On January 27, Swissquote, Switzerland's leading online bank, announced that it has promoted its Senior Business Development Manager, Silvia Gajdosik, to be the new Head of the Eastern Europe desk of the company to spearhead product growth and business development for the company’s offerings.

Gajdosik has spent the last seven years with Swissquote, starting as a senior forex sales authorized officer in 2014. From there, she rose to the senior business development manager role in 2018. Now, Swissquote has promoted her to serve as the Head of Eastern Europe desk for the company. For the last three years, she has been a Senior Business Development Manager and helped the online bank drive its profitable revenue growth and market share of its customers through making new acquisitions, deepening its existing customer relationships and cross-selling.

Gajdosik brings to the new role a track record of overseeing the bank’s operational, strategy, and knowledge work in the eastern European states as well as working with various stakeholders and clientele in Bulgaria and other eastern European countries.

Prior to joining Swissquote, Gajdosik served as a Senior Business Development Executive at MIG Bank, a Swiss bank, between 2008 to 2014. In her role, she helped MIG Bank establish B2B partnerships mainly in central and eastern European countries, covering forex and CFDs trading. Before she joined MIG Bank, Gajdosik worked as a buyer and shipping planner at Tinaco Limited. And, before that, she served as an International Transaction Associate at VUB, the second largest bank in Slovakia.

How Swissquote Serves and Thrives

The announcement by Swissquote comes at a time when the Swiss online bank remains dedicated to serving more than 130 markets with various products such as forex, precious metals, indices, commodities, bonds as well as 46 forex options. This month, Swissquote partnered with Leonteq, a Swiss financial technology company, to offer its own structured products through Leonte’s white-label platform. Many years ago, Swissquote started investing heavily in its technology stack to expand the trading capacity it can provide to its institutional clients. While Swissquote already has a significant local presence in several emerging markets, the bank is keen to leverage its client network in Turkey, the Middle East and Eastern Europe.

On January 27, Swissquote, Switzerland's leading online bank, announced that it has promoted its Senior Business Development Manager, Silvia Gajdosik, to be the new Head of the Eastern Europe desk of the company to spearhead product growth and business development for the company’s offerings.

Gajdosik has spent the last seven years with Swissquote, starting as a senior forex sales authorized officer in 2014. From there, she rose to the senior business development manager role in 2018. Now, Swissquote has promoted her to serve as the Head of Eastern Europe desk for the company. For the last three years, she has been a Senior Business Development Manager and helped the online bank drive its profitable revenue growth and market share of its customers through making new acquisitions, deepening its existing customer relationships and cross-selling.

Gajdosik brings to the new role a track record of overseeing the bank’s operational, strategy, and knowledge work in the eastern European states as well as working with various stakeholders and clientele in Bulgaria and other eastern European countries.

Prior to joining Swissquote, Gajdosik served as a Senior Business Development Executive at MIG Bank, a Swiss bank, between 2008 to 2014. In her role, she helped MIG Bank establish B2B partnerships mainly in central and eastern European countries, covering forex and CFDs trading. Before she joined MIG Bank, Gajdosik worked as a buyer and shipping planner at Tinaco Limited. And, before that, she served as an International Transaction Associate at VUB, the second largest bank in Slovakia.

How Swissquote Serves and Thrives

The announcement by Swissquote comes at a time when the Swiss online bank remains dedicated to serving more than 130 markets with various products such as forex, precious metals, indices, commodities, bonds as well as 46 forex options. This month, Swissquote partnered with Leonteq, a Swiss financial technology company, to offer its own structured products through Leonte’s white-label platform. Many years ago, Swissquote started investing heavily in its technology stack to expand the trading capacity it can provide to its institutional clients. While Swissquote already has a significant local presence in several emerging markets, the bank is keen to leverage its client network in Turkey, the Middle East and Eastern Europe.