Alain Broyon, former Dukascopy CEO is advisor of E-MOOVIE, which produces The Vape Wave, The Arrow of time, Nepal-Beyond the cloud
In 2005, mild mannered, sophisticated businessman Alain Broyon became CEO of Switzerland’s Dukascopy Bank, a position that he would go on to hold for ten years, seeing the company through its developmental stages in the early Millennial years to its status as a producer of top quality proprietary technology, the acquisition of a Swiss Bank license, […]
In 2005, mild mannered, sophisticated businessman Alain Broyon became CEO of Switzerland’s Dukascopy Bank, a position that he would go on to hold for ten years, seeing the company through its developmental stages in the early Millennial years to its status as a producer of top quality proprietary technology, the acquisition of a Swiss Bank license, and diversification into new media and televised news.
Mr. Broyon left the company very quietly at the end of 2014, and went from being a prominent industry figure who contributed to conference discussion panels, and who appeared in interviews to put his viewpoint forward as to the direction of the technological and fiscal aspects of the FX industry.
Since leaving Dukascopy, and indeed the FX industry, Geneva-based Mr. Broyon became a partner in Community Factory, and subsequently took up a position as Advisor to international network of independent finance experts E-MERGING, whilst simultaneously becoming a partner at Money-ID in Monaco.
E-MOOVIE is now creating a documentary with the former president of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev, and looks at the potential factors that could lead to a 3rd world war.
According to the firm, the ideology behind E-MOOVIE is to remain dedicated to cinema lovers by gathering filmmakers and passionate investors orspectators.
Thus far, a movie by Jan Kounen called The Vape Wave has received 100% funding and will go into production during the first semester of this year in English, French, Chinese, Spanish and Japanese, and is about the worldwide global acceptance of the electronic cigarette.
According to the foreword of the movie, Jan Kounen dives head first into the ever growing vaping world, taking viewers around the globe to discover this ongoing cultural revolution which is the first real alternative to traditional tobacco smoking.
Whilst this may seem a true diversion from Mr. Broyon’s leadership at Dukascopy, it does have certain similarities. Mr. Broyon is a technology enthusiast and in an interview with Andrew Saks-McLeod over a year ago championed the cause of social applications to send secure messages within the financial industry, as well as having enthusiastically led the company during the time at which it branched out into very high quality televised media, as well as producing satirical cartoons for the entertainment of traders worldwide.