There have been several notable executive moves recently, highlighted by Norbert Lukasiewicz parting ways with Integral for Divisa Capital, along with the recent appointment of Paul Jackson as the Head of Sales at CFH Clearing.
Integral Loses Key Player
Mr. Lukasiewicz, the firm’s Global Head for Retail Brokers, has indeed left Integral, which comes on the heels of recent news of two other major reshuffles at the top. It is believed that other individuals from the sales and support divisions have also left the organization. While the destinations of the latter executives are unknown, it has been confirmed that Mr. Lukasiewicz will be joining Divisa Capital.
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In other news, the Interbank prime of prime solutions provider, CFH Clearing, has just appointed Paul Jackson to the newly created position of Head of Sales, where he will manage an experienced international sales team and help sustain the Group’s growth. Mr. Jackson has worked in the Forex and financial services industry for over 18 years, having previously served as the Group Sales Manager at LMAX Exchange since 2011. Furthermore, Mr. Jackson has also served in executive level positions at Tradefair, CMC Markets and Nationsbank.
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