Telmo Simoes, the former Director Institutional Sales e-FX of Edgewater Markets is the new Institutional Sales Managing Director (LATAM) at ATFX UK, a CFD/FX broker.

"I’m happy to share that I’m starting a new position as Managing Director Institutional Sales (LATAM) at ATFX UK! Look forward to contribute to the growth and expansion of ATFX's Institutional offering and growth with a focus on the LATAM region."

Prior to Edgewater Markets, Simoes was the Vice President of Institutional Sales at ADS Securities London and Front office Relationship Manager at Lloyds Banking Group.

ATFX Partnerships

In June 2022, the broker announced a new partnership with ASWAQ Invest, an Amman-based investment firm. ASWAQ is regulated by Jordan Securities Commission (JSC).

Joe Li, the Chairman of ATFX, said about the partnership: "The past few years have seen Jordan re-emerging as a strong financial centre in the region with the establishment of a robust regulatory framework under the JSC.

"This has led to further stabilization of the trading environment resulting in a safer and secure marketplace for traders.

"In keeping with our continuous growth into regulated markets and a focus on providing our traders with real value and trading security, we are pleased to be a part of this strong framework and environment."

ATFX started as a retail broker and has evolved into a multi-asset institutional broker.

Telmo Simoes, the former Director Institutional Sales e-FX of Edgewater Markets is the new Institutional Sales Managing Director (LATAM) at ATFX UK, a CFD/FX broker.

"I’m happy to share that I’m starting a new position as Managing Director Institutional Sales (LATAM) at ATFX UK! Look forward to contribute to the growth and expansion of ATFX's Institutional offering and growth with a focus on the LATAM region."

Prior to Edgewater Markets, Simoes was the Vice President of Institutional Sales at ADS Securities London and Front office Relationship Manager at Lloyds Banking Group.

ATFX Partnerships

In June 2022, the broker announced a new partnership with ASWAQ Invest, an Amman-based investment firm. ASWAQ is regulated by Jordan Securities Commission (JSC).

Joe Li, the Chairman of ATFX, said about the partnership: "The past few years have seen Jordan re-emerging as a strong financial centre in the region with the establishment of a robust regulatory framework under the JSC.

"This has led to further stabilization of the trading environment resulting in a safer and secure marketplace for traders.

"In keeping with our continuous growth into regulated markets and a focus on providing our traders with real value and trading security, we are pleased to be a part of this strong framework and environment."

ATFX started as a retail broker and has evolved into a multi-asset institutional broker.