Exclusive: Trade.com Undergoes Management Buyout as Part of Restructuring Plan

by Yam Yehoshua
  • The ongoing restructuring involves launching new product lines and accelerating growth in new regions.
  • The company will focus on Italy with its recently acquired CONSOB license, LATAM and emerging markets.
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Trade.com, a global multi-asset brokerage, is undergoing a management buyout, Finance Magnates learned. The buyout is part of a larger restructuring plan taking place under the company’s CEO, Roei Gavish. The ongoing restructuring involves launching new product lines and accelerating Trade.com's growth in new regions, with a focus on Italy, through its recently acquired CONSOB license, as well as in Latin America (LATAM) and emerging markets.

Global Expansion of Trade.com

Trade.com is licensed by the UK's FCA and Cyprus' CySEC . It also holds licenses and offices in Dubai, Mauritius, and South Africa. In late 2022, it expanded to the American market with FINRA authorization. Trade.com's brand owner, Trade Capital Holding Ltd, was founded in 2014 and runs its business through subsidiaries in various countries to meet regulatory requirements. For example, it operates as Trade Capital Markets North America LLC in the US.

Trade.com secured authorization in the Middle East market a few months earlier, specifically in September 2023. This coincided with the opening of their office in Dubai, under the regulatory scope of the local government.

Roei Gavish, the Group CEO of Trade Capital Holding
Roei Gavish, the Group CEO of Trade Capital Holding

Representatives from Trade.com have stated that by 2025, the company aims to build a network of global licenses to become "one of the few real global fintech operators."

"Our motto is a global brand with a local face," said Roei Gavish, the Group CEO of Trade Capital Holding.

Trade.com in the UK Becomes Profitable

The UK branch, Trade Capital UK (TCUK) Ltd, reported a significant 216% increase in revenue to £759,240 in 2022, with an equal amount in net profit. The UK company was incorporated in 2017 and received the FCA’s approval in September 2019. It launched its operations in mid-October 2019.

“While the 2022 revenues recorded a 216% increase and the net profit was increased by 295% compared to the net loss of 2021, more accurately comparative figure and performance figures will become available in subsequent years,” the Companies House filing of the firm stated.

Also recently, Finance Magnates reported that Michalis Tsaousellis joined Trade.com as Chief Dealer. Based in Cyprus, he manages the trading team, introduces new products, and optimizes their development. Previously, he served as Senior Dealer at FXPRIMUS for five years.

Trade.com, a global multi-asset brokerage, is undergoing a management buyout, Finance Magnates learned. The buyout is part of a larger restructuring plan taking place under the company’s CEO, Roei Gavish. The ongoing restructuring involves launching new product lines and accelerating Trade.com's growth in new regions, with a focus on Italy, through its recently acquired CONSOB license, as well as in Latin America (LATAM) and emerging markets.

Global Expansion of Trade.com

Trade.com is licensed by the UK's FCA and Cyprus' CySEC . It also holds licenses and offices in Dubai, Mauritius, and South Africa. In late 2022, it expanded to the American market with FINRA authorization. Trade.com's brand owner, Trade Capital Holding Ltd, was founded in 2014 and runs its business through subsidiaries in various countries to meet regulatory requirements. For example, it operates as Trade Capital Markets North America LLC in the US.

Trade.com secured authorization in the Middle East market a few months earlier, specifically in September 2023. This coincided with the opening of their office in Dubai, under the regulatory scope of the local government.

Roei Gavish, the Group CEO of Trade Capital Holding
Roei Gavish, the Group CEO of Trade Capital Holding

Representatives from Trade.com have stated that by 2025, the company aims to build a network of global licenses to become "one of the few real global fintech operators."

"Our motto is a global brand with a local face," said Roei Gavish, the Group CEO of Trade Capital Holding.

Trade.com in the UK Becomes Profitable

The UK branch, Trade Capital UK (TCUK) Ltd, reported a significant 216% increase in revenue to £759,240 in 2022, with an equal amount in net profit. The UK company was incorporated in 2017 and received the FCA’s approval in September 2019. It launched its operations in mid-October 2019.

“While the 2022 revenues recorded a 216% increase and the net profit was increased by 295% compared to the net loss of 2021, more accurately comparative figure and performance figures will become available in subsequent years,” the Companies House filing of the firm stated.

Also recently, Finance Magnates reported that Michalis Tsaousellis joined Trade.com as Chief Dealer. Based in Cyprus, he manages the trading team, introduces new products, and optimizes their development. Previously, he served as Senior Dealer at FXPRIMUS for five years.

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