Breaking News: FXTM’s London General Manager Demetrios Zamboglou leaves the company, becomes senior executive at Lykke in Switzerland

Having established FXTM’s London operations, Demetrios Zamboglou is moving on, and has joined Lykke, Swiss marketplace that uses distributed ledger based on Blockchain technology as Chief Business Development Officer


Prominent FX industry executive Demetrios Zamboglou has left FXTM and joined Lykke which is a Swiss marketplace that uses the distributed ledger, which is blockchain technology pioneered by Bitcoin.

In his new position, Mr. Zamboglou assumes the leadership position of Chief Business Development Officer.

Mr Zamboglou joined FXTM, a retail brokerage based in Cyprus which is owned by Alpari founder Andrey Dashin, in December 2015 and was instrumental in establishing FXTM’s London operations in April this year in his capacity of General Manager.


Before joining FXTM’s London operations, Mr. Zamboglou founded zebrafx in China in 2013 and operated it until he left in Septembr 2015.

FX risk management is one of Mr. Zamboglou’s key areas of expertise, his position at Forex Club being an example of exactly that. He joined Forex Club in February 2012 and was promoted a year later to Head of Risk Management and a member of the board, a role that was preceded by heading the Hedge and Quant division of the firm.

Mr. Zamboglou was Risk Analyst at Alpari UK between March 2008 and August 2011, a position that followed just under a year at SpreadCo in 2006 where he was a Junior Dealer after completing his Master of Science degree in Shipping, Trading and Finance at Case Business School in 2006, a year after graduating from Lancaster University with a Master of Engineering degree in Computer Systems Engineering.

Currently, Mr Zamboglou is in his final year of his doctorate at King’s College London, U. of London, where he is completing his Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Behavioural Finance

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