TopFx, a Cyprus-based retail and institutional brokerage firm, welcomes Rachelle Matta back to the company. She returned as the Global Head of Retention.

This is coming a few weeks after the prime broker onboarded Muhammad Asim as its Head of Global Sales. Before leaving TopFX in December 2017, Matta had spent one year and three months with the prime broker as its Business Development Manager.

While away from TopFX, Matta spent four years and three months tracking anti-money laundering compliance for the Bank of Beirut and the Arab Countries (BBAC), a Lebanese commercial bank.

“I’m happy to share that I have started a new position as Global Head of Retention at TOPFX!” the certified compliance officer announced on LinkedIn.

Matta was certified as an anti-money laundering specialist by the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) in June 2021.

Matta’s Career Trajectory

Matta, who is a graduate of the Grand Lycée Franco-Libanais (GLFL), a prestigious French lycée, kicked off her banking career with a summer internship with the Saudi Lebanese Bank in 2004.

Her career trajectory would see her work in various capacities at different financial institutions, such as Bank Audi, a Lebanon-based bank; and Windsor Brokers, a privately-owned firm based in Limassol, Cyprus.

Before her first work experience with TopFx, Matta was a Business Development Manager with Pulp International Business Limited for seven years and four months.

At Pulp, she managed clients’ portfolios, handled the monitoring and retaining of traders’ accounts and established news accounts by planning and organizing daily work schedules via calls and meetings with existing and potential clients.

TopFx’s MENA Targets

In December 2021, TopFx opened a new Dubai office as part of its moves to bolster its offerings to its Arabic-speaking client base and also to strengthen its position in the Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) region.

Moreover, the broker appointed Omar Al-Janabi as the Head of MENA. "I am very excited to announce the establishment of TOPFX's new rep office in Dubai, UAE!” the CEO of TopFX Group, Alex Katsaros, wrote in a social media post.

“Our office located on the 29th floor of Burlington Tower, a prestigious skyscraper in Business Bay, spearheads our expansion in the whole of the MENA region.”

Meanwhile, in December last year, TopFX's Michael Nichols, the former Director of Institutional Sales, announced his departure from the company without giving any reason for leaving or disclosing any detail about his next move.

TopFx, a Cyprus-based retail and institutional brokerage firm, welcomes Rachelle Matta back to the company. She returned as the Global Head of Retention.

This is coming a few weeks after the prime broker onboarded Muhammad Asim as its Head of Global Sales. Before leaving TopFX in December 2017, Matta had spent one year and three months with the prime broker as its Business Development Manager.

While away from TopFX, Matta spent four years and three months tracking anti-money laundering compliance for the Bank of Beirut and the Arab Countries (BBAC), a Lebanese commercial bank.

“I’m happy to share that I have started a new position as Global Head of Retention at TOPFX!” the certified compliance officer announced on LinkedIn.

Matta was certified as an anti-money laundering specialist by the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) in June 2021.

Matta’s Career Trajectory

Matta, who is a graduate of the Grand Lycée Franco-Libanais (GLFL), a prestigious French lycée, kicked off her banking career with a summer internship with the Saudi Lebanese Bank in 2004.

Her career trajectory would see her work in various capacities at different financial institutions, such as Bank Audi, a Lebanon-based bank; and Windsor Brokers, a privately-owned firm based in Limassol, Cyprus.

Before her first work experience with TopFx, Matta was a Business Development Manager with Pulp International Business Limited for seven years and four months.

At Pulp, she managed clients’ portfolios, handled the monitoring and retaining of traders’ accounts and established news accounts by planning and organizing daily work schedules via calls and meetings with existing and potential clients.

TopFx’s MENA Targets

In December 2021, TopFx opened a new Dubai office as part of its moves to bolster its offerings to its Arabic-speaking client base and also to strengthen its position in the Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) region.

Moreover, the broker appointed Omar Al-Janabi as the Head of MENA. "I am very excited to announce the establishment of TOPFX's new rep office in Dubai, UAE!” the CEO of TopFX Group, Alex Katsaros, wrote in a social media post.

“Our office located on the 29th floor of Burlington Tower, a prestigious skyscraper in Business Bay, spearheads our expansion in the whole of the MENA region.”

Meanwhile, in December last year, TopFX's Michael Nichols, the former Director of Institutional Sales, announced his departure from the company without giving any reason for leaving or disclosing any detail about his next move.