Webull Strengthens Management with New CSO Appointment

by Damian Chmiel
  • Arianne Adams brings over 20 years of experience from the finance industry.
webull
Join our Telegram channel

Webull Financial LLC, a commission-free trading platform, announced today (Monday) the appointment of Arianne Adams as the company's new Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) and Head of Derivatives.

Webull Appoints New Chief Strategy Officer

Adams brings more than two decades of experience from the financial services industry to Webull. She most recently served as Senior Vice President at Cboe Global Markets where she oversaw the options and futures business. Before Cboe, Adams held senior roles at Goldman Sachs, Capstone Investment Advisors, and Merrill Lynch.

In her new CSO position, Adams will report directly to Webull's CEO, Anthony Denier, and work closely with leadership on company growth and delivering on Webull's goal of making investing accessible.

Anthony Denier,
Anthony Denier, Group President of Webull

According to Denier: "Arianne brings a unique skillset to the Webull team. As a seasoned professional with deep knowledge of exchanges and broker-dealers, she will provide valuable guidance as we continue expanding our platform."

Adams noted she is "thrilled to join an organization aligned with my values of educating investors and providing advanced trading tools. I look forward to helping Webull meet growing customer demand globally."

For Webull, this is another important announcement during Monday's session. Earlier, as reported by Finance Magnates, the commission-free retail trading provider introduced the Moneybull service, allowing customers to earn interest on idle funds up to 5.4%.

Webull Expands in Emerging Markets

After entering the Australian market at the end of 2022, Webull, which until recently was mainly associated with the American market, has expanded its operations to the UK this year. In its latest moves, it is focusing on emerging markets, entering, among others, Indonesia and Mexico.

In the meantime, the trading service provider is expanding its offerings in locations outside the United States, no longer limiting itself to just American stocks, but offering retail traders options trading.

Webull's rapid growth comes with some oversight challenges. In March 2023, the brokerage reached a $3 million settlement with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) regarding options trading approval policies between December 2019 and July 2021. Specifically, FINRA claimed Webull improperly accepted approximately 9,000 customer accounts for options trading that did not meet eligibility requirements.

Webull Financial LLC, a commission-free trading platform, announced today (Monday) the appointment of Arianne Adams as the company's new Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) and Head of Derivatives.

Webull Appoints New Chief Strategy Officer

Adams brings more than two decades of experience from the financial services industry to Webull. She most recently served as Senior Vice President at Cboe Global Markets where she oversaw the options and futures business. Before Cboe, Adams held senior roles at Goldman Sachs, Capstone Investment Advisors, and Merrill Lynch.

In her new CSO position, Adams will report directly to Webull's CEO, Anthony Denier, and work closely with leadership on company growth and delivering on Webull's goal of making investing accessible.

Anthony Denier,
Anthony Denier, Group President of Webull

According to Denier: "Arianne brings a unique skillset to the Webull team. As a seasoned professional with deep knowledge of exchanges and broker-dealers, she will provide valuable guidance as we continue expanding our platform."

Adams noted she is "thrilled to join an organization aligned with my values of educating investors and providing advanced trading tools. I look forward to helping Webull meet growing customer demand globally."

For Webull, this is another important announcement during Monday's session. Earlier, as reported by Finance Magnates, the commission-free retail trading provider introduced the Moneybull service, allowing customers to earn interest on idle funds up to 5.4%.

Webull Expands in Emerging Markets

After entering the Australian market at the end of 2022, Webull, which until recently was mainly associated with the American market, has expanded its operations to the UK this year. In its latest moves, it is focusing on emerging markets, entering, among others, Indonesia and Mexico.

In the meantime, the trading service provider is expanding its offerings in locations outside the United States, no longer limiting itself to just American stocks, but offering retail traders options trading.

Webull's rapid growth comes with some oversight challenges. In March 2023, the brokerage reached a $3 million settlement with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) regarding options trading approval policies between December 2019 and July 2021. Specifically, FINRA claimed Webull improperly accepted approximately 9,000 customer accounts for options trading that did not meet eligibility requirements.

!"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{|} !"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{|}