Ruark William has recently been appointed as the new head of acquisition for ETX capital. ETX capital sees his appointment as a compulsory step to improve the company, especially in terms of the company’s operation and performance. William is grounded in the experience of the FX industry, having worked over 15 years in the industry.
He promises to help improve the company’s operational performance with his experience. He is equally experienced in profile marketing, and he has worked with numerous organizations, giving them high-quality profile marketing. The company has revealed that Williams will actively help the firm build an impeccable growth strategy, rapidly improve the company and give it the recognition it deserves.
ETX takes Step For Company Expansion
ETX is not a new name in the industry. The company has been in existence since 2002 and is one of the oldest companies still existing in the industry. Monercorltd, a parent company of ETX capital, previously managed the company before its acquisition. The parent company was established in 1965.
Unknown to many people, ETX is an abbreviation for electronic trading, telephone trading, and execution services. ETX has been visionary with expansion and has been making expansion steps since 2010. The 2010 expansion step led to the birth of new firms in South Africa and Germany. In 2013, ETX further expanded to other countries, cutting mainly within Europe.
ETX’s Numerous New Appointment To Attract Clients
Earlier in his career, Ruart William was mainly a client coordinator, and he also worked in the logistics sector. The boldest step in his career was when he became a part of the FX industry. In the industry, he has been involved in various sectors, thereby expanding and establishing his experience.
The former co-owner, John Wilson, helped ETX through its recent acquisition. John was previously on his board level and senior roles in global investment banks before he joined ETX. The veteran has knowledge of equities and financial analysis. He was previously in Baikal Global, and he had been in the pan-European company for up to 2 years. He also held a dominant role in European equities for about seven years, before the company went into bankruptcy. His retirement in the industry came before news of the company’s acquisition.
Apart from hiring Williams, ETX has been actively hiring new faces into the firm. Recent promotion news is heard, especially after ETX’s Kayleigh Lewis, got promoted to Chief Operating Officer’s position and the appointment of new risk officer, Daniel Gladdings. These new appointments and changes improve the services ETX is offering its clients, both new and old.
The new changes are also a result of its recent acquisition by Guru capital. The company is on a mission to restructure the firm and to expand its horizon. Monercoltd has been quiet about the recent acquisition’s financial details, but sources have established that the acquisition of the London company is in its final stages.