CubeLogic installs FX veteran Natallia Hunik as chief revenue officer

abdelaziz Fathi

Enterprise risk management solutions provider CubeLogic has lured Natallia Hunik, who spent more than 13 years in multiple roles within the FX industry. She steps into the new role as Chief Revenue Officer with immediate effect and will be based out of Massachusetts, Boston, according to a corporate statement.

Natallia Hunik

CubeLogic supports more than 50 clients across the energy, commodities, and financial services industries, all with multinational business requirements. Its Risk-as-a-Service (RaaS) offering delivers advanced credit, market and compliance risk analytics in a flexible, scalable solution with both end-of-day and real-time capabilities.

CubeLogic has well over 100 full-time personnel in offices spanning London, Houston, Bangalore and Berlin, serving mainly tier one commodity firms. Earlier this year, the company opened a new office in the UK to expand its reach and carry out research and development work around analytics and machine learning.

In her new role, Natallia will help strengthen the company’s market penetration, while also looking to bolster its sales capabilities. In addition, she will support CubeLogic’s sales, marketing, and business development functions.

Commenting on her new role, Natallia said: “I am thrilled to join CubeLogic’s global team as the company is growing and expanding its business intelligence powered enterprise risk management solutions into the new markets. CubeLogic has built an impressive track record with Fortune500 companies that use Risk Cube solutions to mitigate their organizations’ risks more effectively, and I am looking forward to building further on this success. I am honoured and excited to be joining the CubeLogic family and will be focusing on scaling up and taking the company to the next level of growth by tapping into the financial services sector and expanding its global reach.”

CubeLogic CEO Lee Campbell added: “This is a hugely important role in CubeLogic as we continue to grow and expand the company. We are very fortunate to have someone of this calibre joining us and I am looking forward to working with Natallia as we continue to deliver on our growth plans. It’s a real testament to what we have achieved to date and also a big statement on our future ambitions”.

A lengthy career within FX industry

Natallia was one of the ‎longest serving at Advanced Markets, having joined the ‎group in Boston office back in 2015. ‎ She was originally appointed as Global Head of Sales, in charge of promoting Advanced Markets’ liquidity, technology and credit solutions to banks and brokers globally. This paved the way for a promotion to the group’s Chief Revenue Officer in 2019, a position she held up until her eventual departure.

In this capacity, she was integral in managing AMG’s growth ‎strategy, along with the implementation of ‎its policy initiatives to bolster sales capabilities marketing, and business development efforts.

Prior to joining Advanced Markets, Natallia held senior FX roles at several institutions, including as Global Head of Sales at Fortex, a provider of multi-asset electronic trading solutions.

Earlier in her career, Natalia worked as a vice president of worldwide sales at Boston Technologies’ representative office in Shanghai. During a 7-year tenure, she was responsible for growing the Boston startup into a successful international company.

Natallia received her MBA from Babson University and bachelor’s degree in Finance from Suffolk University in Boston.

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