Exclusive: Chris Trikomitis Joins Exness as Established Markets Director

Exness, one of the major multi-asset brokers, has onboarded Chris Trikomitis as its new Established Markets Director, Finance Magnates learned exclusively.

In his role at Exness, Trikomitis will be leading the broker’s established markets team and will also collaborate with local commercial directors. His primary goal will be to generate revenue from the broker’s businesses in the established markets.

“It is with great pleasure that I start my new position as the Established Markets Director at one of the world’s leading multi-asset brokers,” Trikomitis said in a statement.

“I am excited to contribute to the efforts of Exness to maintain its leading position and to help the business development efforts of the company reach new heights. My aim is to further amplify existing strategies and to become part of Exness’ impressive growth trajectory.”

Solid Industry Background

Trikomitis brings almost two decades of financial industry experience to his new role. He worked with several large investment, asset management and financial markets companies for a significant portion of his career.

For the past three years, he helmed an investment management services company and another advisory firm for a few months. Prior to that, he was the Asia Pacific CEO of FXPRIMUS. He joined that company in early 2016 as the Head of Operations.

Based in London, he started his career in 2004 with the American real estate investment company CBRE Group. Later, he joined State Street and spent almost six years with the investment bank. Additionally, he has a two-year-long stint with Thomson Reuters.

Trikomitis’ appointment at Exness came when the broker become one of the big names in the retail trading space. Recently, it broke all industry records, closing last month with $2.48 trillion in monthly trading volumes.

Meanwhile, the broker is focused on strengthening its leadership. It recently onboarded Alfonso Cardalda, who made his name as a former online platform executive, as its new Chief Marketing Officer. Earlier this year, the broker promoted Artem Seledtsov as the Chief Business Development Officer and hired Peter Plester as the global B2B sales head.

Exness, one of the major multi-asset brokers, has onboarded Chris Trikomitis as its new Established Markets Director, Finance Magnates learned exclusively.

In his role at Exness, Trikomitis will be leading the broker’s established markets team and will also collaborate with local commercial directors. His primary goal will be to generate revenue from the broker’s businesses in the established markets.

“It is with great pleasure that I start my new position as the Established Markets Director at one of the world’s leading multi-asset brokers,” Trikomitis said in a statement.

“I am excited to contribute to the efforts of Exness to maintain its leading position and to help the business development efforts of the company reach new heights. My aim is to further amplify existing strategies and to become part of Exness’ impressive growth trajectory.”

Solid Industry Background

Trikomitis brings almost two decades of financial industry experience to his new role. He worked with several large investment, asset management and financial markets companies for a significant portion of his career.

For the past three years, he helmed an investment management services company and another advisory firm for a few months. Prior to that, he was the Asia Pacific CEO of FXPRIMUS. He joined that company in early 2016 as the Head of Operations.

Based in London, he started his career in 2004 with the American real estate investment company CBRE Group. Later, he joined State Street and spent almost six years with the investment bank. Additionally, he has a two-year-long stint with Thomson Reuters.

Trikomitis’ appointment at Exness came when the broker become one of the big names in the retail trading space. Recently, it broke all industry records, closing last month with $2.48 trillion in monthly trading volumes.

Meanwhile, the broker is focused on strengthening its leadership. It recently onboarded Alfonso Cardalda, who made his name as a former online platform executive, as its new Chief Marketing Officer. Earlier this year, the broker promoted Artem Seledtsov as the Chief Business Development Officer and hired Peter Plester as the global B2B sales head.

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