Admiral’s Roman Krutyanskiy Joins MultiBank Group as Chief BDO

Roman Krutyanskiy, Admiral’s former Chief Sales and Service Officer, has
joined financial derivatives broker MultiBank Group, as its new Chief Business
Development Officer. Krutyanskiy announced his new role on Monday on
LinkedIn.

Krutyanskiy’s new position comes over two months after he resigned from Admirals where he served for
over 11 years in several senior roles including as a Management Board Member,
Chief Service Officer and Country Manager. He joined Admirals in August 2011 in
a sales role.

Before his departure from Admirals, Krutyanskiy was to take over the leadership of
the forex broker’s German office following the exit of long-time
executive Jens Chrzanowski. In a post on LinkedIn, Krutyanskiy said he was excited “to dive into
this next step of my professional journey.” Until this new role, the executive
spent all of his professional working life at Estonia-based Admirals.

Watch the recent FMLS22 session on what traders look out before selecting their brokers.

The announcement of the appointment of Krutyanskiy comes a few days after
MultiBank Group hired Amana’s Omar Khaled as its new Marketing
Director. Khaled left rival forex broker Amana after over ten years of leading
the firm’s marketing teams, first in Lebanon and later in Dubai in the United Arab
Emirates.

In November last year, eToro’s Herman Dermer also joined
MultiBank Group as the Head of International Sales after seven years in Tel
Aviv and Limassol-based roles for the Israeli social trading and multi-asset
investment firm. However, Dermer this month left MultiBank Group for AvaTrade where
he took up the role of Affiliate Program Manager.

Meanwhile, in October last year, MultiBank Group secured additional licenses in the United Arab
Emirates and in Singapore months after reporting a record annual revenue of approximately
$189 million in fiscal year 2021. The derivatives institution also recently moved its headquarters to Dubai from Hong Kong.

The derivatives broker boasts of presence in over 20 countries across five continent including Australia, Singapore, UK, Mexico, India, Cayman Islands and the United States of America, among others.

Roman Krutyanskiy, Admiral’s former Chief Sales and Service Officer, has
joined financial derivatives broker MultiBank Group, as its new Chief Business
Development Officer. Krutyanskiy announced his new role on Monday on
LinkedIn.

Krutyanskiy’s new position comes over two months after he resigned from Admirals where he served for
over 11 years in several senior roles including as a Management Board Member,
Chief Service Officer and Country Manager. He joined Admirals in August 2011 in
a sales role.

Before his departure from Admirals, Krutyanskiy was to take over the leadership of
the forex broker’s German office following the exit of long-time
executive Jens Chrzanowski. In a post on LinkedIn, Krutyanskiy said he was excited “to dive into
this next step of my professional journey.” Until this new role, the executive
spent all of his professional working life at Estonia-based Admirals.

Watch the recent FMLS22 session on what traders look out before selecting their brokers.

The announcement of the appointment of Krutyanskiy comes a few days after
MultiBank Group hired Amana’s Omar Khaled as its new Marketing
Director. Khaled left rival forex broker Amana after over ten years of leading
the firm’s marketing teams, first in Lebanon and later in Dubai in the United Arab
Emirates.

In November last year, eToro’s Herman Dermer also joined
MultiBank Group as the Head of International Sales after seven years in Tel
Aviv and Limassol-based roles for the Israeli social trading and multi-asset
investment firm. However, Dermer this month left MultiBank Group for AvaTrade where
he took up the role of Affiliate Program Manager.

Meanwhile, in October last year, MultiBank Group secured additional licenses in the United Arab
Emirates and in Singapore months after reporting a record annual revenue of approximately
$189 million in fiscal year 2021. The derivatives institution also recently moved its headquarters to Dubai from Hong Kong.

The derivatives broker boasts of presence in over 20 countries across five continent including Australia, Singapore, UK, Mexico, India, Cayman Islands and the United States of America, among others.

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