Finalto appoints Pablo Gomez as Global Head of Client Services

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

Finalto is delighted to announce the appointment of Pablo Gomez as Global Head of Client Services following his outstanding performance as Head of Client Services, Europe.

“Client services is at the core of the Finalto, ensuring that all of our clients are given the best possible solutions to take their business to the next level,” Pablo says. “As Global Head of Client Services, it is my role to lead and mentor a team of 14 professionals, based in London, responsible for delivering bespoke trading and technical solutions of the highest quality to Finalto’s clients.

“Another important aspect of my role is to ensure that clients will have a world-class experience when interacting with Finalto, not only providing knowledgeable and resourceful insights but also taking things a step further to exceed expectations and provide outstanding service across all of Finalto’s Fintech offering.”

Pablo joined Finalto in 2014 as a Relationship Manager. Over his time here, Pablo has held the positions of Liquidity and Senior Relationships Manager, before spending nearly three years as Head of Client Services, Europe.

Matthew Maloney CEO Finalto B2B, comments,

“We are proud to recognise talent at Finalto and always strive to reward our team members who help us go above and beyond for our clients. Pablo is an outstanding example of hard work and determination and I am positive he will thrive in his new role.”

Finalto is here to make the global financial marketplace work for you.

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