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FXTM Appoints Marcelo Spina as Global Head of Partnerships

Marcelo Spina to lead FXTM’s partnership business, having joined from Saxo Capital Markets

Global award-winning forex broker, FXTM, is pleased to announce the appointment of industry veteran Marcelo Spina as Global Head of Partnerships.

Marcelo will be spearheading all aspects of the global partnership business, expanding the geographical reach of partnership engagements, introducing new institutional products and services, and overseeing the business development and support teams for the partnership business.

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Marcelo is a well-known figure in the financial service industry, bringing with him two decades of experience from renowned international companies, after graduating with a degree in Economics from the University of Chicago and beginning his career in investment banking.

Prior to joining FXTM, Mr Spina most recently held the role of Director of Institutional Sales at Saxo Capital Markets and before that, Head of Partnerships at Gain Capital and Vice President of Sales at FXCM.

Commenting on his new role at FXTM, Marcelo said “I have been closely monitoring the continued progress that FXTM has made in the industry over the past few years and I am excited to be joining a brand that places such a high emphasis on commitment to long-term relationships with its partners.”

“I am thrilled to be joining a company that is focused on growing its partnerships business, and more importantly understands that its growth and success is highly dependent on the ongoing development and innovation of their products, superior services and overall offering for partners and clients.”

Welcoming Marcelo to the company, Lex Webster, Chief Commercial Officer of FXTM, said “We are delighted to welcome Marcelo to the company as our Global Head of Partnerships. With his extensive experience in the financial industry, we believe that Marcelo will play a leading role in contributing to the expansion of our global footprint and act as an excellent ambassador for our partnership business.”

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