Denis Kozlov Joins Devexperts as VP of Business Development in Cyprus

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Devexperts steps up its aim toward FX firms as Denis Kozlov prepares to head its Cyprus operations

Devexperts, a software provider for the capital markets industry, welcomes Denis Kozlov as Vice President of Business Development in Cyprus.

Denis brings nearly a decade of experience equipping OTC and exchange brokers with different trading software solutions. He has been instrumental in helping expand the market dominance of several key players in the brokerage space.

“Joining Devexperts opens new doors for providing top-notch software to my customers, as the company offers not only off-the-shelf products but also custom development and consulting. Devepxerts is one of the best partners for companies who want to differentiate themselves,” – commented Denis Kozlov on his new appointment.

Thanks to Denis’s professional background, he is able to analyse and consult on a full brokerage trading software infrastructure, helping brokers grow their businesses by having a white-label solution to a fully owned trading platform, and manage only necessary 3rd party integrations.

Michael Babushkin, CEO of Devexperts added, “Devexperts is known for being dedicated to consulting and providing customers with solutions tailored to their business needs. We partner with our customers, as we partner with our employees. We see Denis as a partner not only in growing our presence but also in being a reliable partner to our future customers in the fintech world and financial software development.”

This is another step in DevExperts move toward offering FX brokerages a holistic solution, the company recently launched dxTrade to bring its institutional and banking technology expertise to the retail FX sector.

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