Eurotrader Appoints Veteran Exec, Marcelo Spina, as CEO

Eurotrader, the retail brokerage firm, has named industry veteran Marcelo Spina as its new Group CEO. Spina has been a key figure in the financial markets for over 20 years and has held executive positions at several major firms. The former head of business development for ThinkMarkets has extensive experience in international trade, having managed operations on five continents.

Marcelo’s vast experience and what awaits him at Eurotrader

Marcelo left ThinkMarkets in early 2021. He then went to establish Operar FX, a foreign exchange advisory and retail trading brand catering largely to Latin American markets. Between 2005 and 2008, he held the position of vice president of sales at FXTM, where he had previously worked. Later on, he took on the role of global head of partnerships for the company. Additionally, he has worked as a senior director at Saxo Markets and as an associate at Morgan Stanley between the years 1996 and 2000.

Forex, equities, cryptocurrency, indices, and commodities are all available through Eurotrader, and the retail broker is fully licensed and regulated. That’s why Spina’s extensive background in international sales, business development, and operational departments serving both retail and institutional clients will be an asset.

In a statement, Eurotrader’s founder, Dr. Ozan Ozerk, said that among Marcelo’s many talents is the ability to assemble capable management teams, which has allowed several of his enterprises to reach new heights of success and increase in value. ” We are sure that with the new leadership team that is being built, we will be able to deliver on our vision to modernise an outdated landscape via the latest innovative technologies and to cater to a trader’s evolving needs,” he added

The new CEO will have his hands full as Eurotrader strives to reach the company’s next major growth milestones. The development of the company’s institutional services for institutional investors is a primary priority. Additionally, Gratis.io, the firm’s commission-free equity investing app, will soon be available to European customers. Meanwhile, the company will be adding more licenses so that it may serve customers in Southeast Asia, Africa, and Latin America.