London based online forex and CFDs brokerage LCG Holdings, is moving its digital marketing operations back to the company’s headquarters, sources with knowledge of the matter have shared with Finance Magnates. Last year, the company has established its Israeli subsidiary LCG Digital which was headed by digital marketing and affiliate specialist Amedeo Moscato.
After leading the effort of the company to onboard new clients, and establishing the digital media and affiliate business, the CEO of the Israeli subsidiary of the company is set to leave the firm and focus on his own business venture Soho Media.
LCG will continue working closely with Moscato to procure new leads as the CEO of the firm Charles Henri Sabet and the digital marketing executive continue their cooperation.
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Commenting on the move, Amedeo Moscato shared with Finance Magnates, “My team and I worked very closely and intensively with the London office for the past 8 months. We built the Israeli Digital Marketing Operation that supported LCG’s growth and successfully increased leads and customers acquisition rates thanks to the affiliate and media business we put in place from scratch.”
“I decided to leave the Group and go back to my own business at Soho Media, sure that LCG is now fully ready to take Digital Marketing to the next step and level on its own. We will cooperate again in the future where my Media Agency will supply LCG with traffic and leads,” he elaborated.
“This experience was positive, met a lot of talented people and learned a lot in the last few months, from the London business approach, which is different from Israel, and from the LCG CEO Charles Sabet,” he elaborated.
Commenting to Finance Magnates, the CEO of LCG Charles Henri Sabet highlighted, “We are delighted to have worked with Amedeo on building the media and affiliate business of LCG. We are maintaining a very good relationship and will be working together in the future when it comes to leads buying.”