Admirals appoints Matteo Paganini as Regional Revenue Officer for Europe

Rick Steves

“My focus is placed on serving the commitment of Admirals’ growth and expansion in the European region through strategic planning and products development, delivering safe, exceptional and disruptive services to the clients.”

Admirals, formerly known as Admiral Markets, has appointed Matteo Paganini as the new Regional Revenue Officer for the group’s operations in Europe, one of the key positions aiming strategic growth and revenue.

The multi-asset brokerage group is licensed in eight regions globally and has clients in more than 150 countries, along with an experience of 22 years in the financial industry market.

The hiring of Matteo Paganini aims to bring consistent growth to the Admirals’ operations in European countries by streamlining operations and processes of the commercial team, technology, and market ecosystem of the broker.

Growth and expansion in the European region

Matteo Paganini brings strong analytical skills and operational know-how developed over 20 years in the Forex & CFDs industry. He will look to strengthen further the commercial European sales department of Admirals.

The new Regional Revenue Officer for Europe joins Admirals after three years at Pepperstone as regional Managing Director, based in Cyprus. Besides Pepperstone, he served leadership and managerial positions in various financial companies including Italy’s first FX broker, Salex Spa, and the global broker FXCM. He has also acted as Chief Analyst at DailyFX, offering valuable analysis and insights on the Forex market.

Andreas Ioannou, Global Chief Operating Officer and member of the Management Board of Admirals Group, commented: “We are incredibly excited to welcome Matteo Paganini to the Admirals family. Paganini is an experienced growth leader and a sought-after expert in the world of fintech operations. We are confident that he will help drive growth strategy and meet the exacting needs of our European client base, giving a solid contribution to the overall success of Admirals.”

Matteo Paganini, Regional Revenue Officer for Europe at Admirals, said: “I feel very proud to be part of Admirals Group, a global firm which constantly keeps evolving its force and expands its operations across the world. My focus is placed on serving the commitment of Admirals’ growth and expansion in the European region through strategic planning and products development, delivering safe, exceptional and disruptive services to the clients.”

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