VT Markets entrusts Yiangos Georgiou with the management of business development in Europe

Yiangos Georgiou’s sales and marketing experience will be put to good use at VT Markets as the online brokerage firm is determined to expand its presence after launching a new branding and website in late 2020.

VT Markets has appointed Yiangos Georgiou as Regional Business Development Manager to help the multi-asset trading platform achieve its business development goals at European level.

Yiangos Georgiou was the former Head of Business Development at 24Option from 2018 to 2020, Head of Business Development at Hello Markets from 2017 to 2018, and Head of Affiliates at IronFX Cyprus from 2014 to 2016.

Focus on high-level partnerships

Yiangos Georgiou joins VT Markets after working for 12 years in the Forex and Online Gaming market as Business Development Manager, Project Manager, Affiliate Manager and Affiliate Manager at multiple companies.

His sales and marketing experience will be put to good use at VT Markets as the online brokerage firm is determined to expand its presence after launching a new branding and website in late 2020.

The new regional business development manager will focus on introducing high-level partnerships and implementing new business developments to cover the entire customer lifecycle.

Yiangos Georgiou, Regional Director of Business Development, Europe, at VT Markets, said: “I have been in the Forex industry since 2014, and during this time I have been able to help and assist companies to grow under my leadership. .

“Starting my career in forex, I have continuously developed and worked for some leading companies in the industry and am now a proud member of the VT Group. Joining VT Markets as Director of Business Development gave me the opportunity to apply my skills and resources to successfully establish our software in the EU market.

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VT Markets obtains license to operate in UK

VT Markets recently launched currency trading in the UK after five years of advanced technical support in the retail forex markets.

The FX and CFD broker, which has a valid ECN account with mobile transactions and payments, raw spreads and a robust client portal, has over 10,000 trading clients in the UK.

The broker thus enters the UK FCA space after having acquired a license from the Financial Conduct Authority, the country’s financial supervisory authority. The brand will operate under the FCA license granted to Vantage Global Prime.

The Sydney-based multi-asset broker also recently set up a camp in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to offer users access to over 300 assets through MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5.

VT Markets takes prices and liquidity from 7 liquidity providers, which allows the broker to offer the best possible prices in such a competitive market.

Mary I. Bruner