Finalto Asia appoints Suzuki Akihiko as head of Japan markets

abdelaziz Fathi

Trading software and liquidity services provider Finalto Asia Pte Ltd has appointed Suzuki Akihiko has as its newest head of Japan markets. Suzuki, who brings over two decades of experience in the financial sector, assumes his role effective immediately.

Finalto Asia appoints Suzuki Akihiko as head of Japan

In his new role, Suzuki will be tasked with overseeing business development, client relations, and market expansion in Japan. His extensive knowledge of the financial markets in Japan and his background in leading reginal projects will be central to Finalto Asia’s efforts to strengthen its presence in the region.

Alex MacKinnon, CEO of Finalto Asia, stated, “Suzuki’s deep understanding of the Japanese markets and his commitment to excellence are perfectly aligned with our goals. We are confident that his leadership will significantly strengthen our position and facilitate our success in Japan.”

Prior to joining Finalto Asia, Suzuki held several senior management positions in different financial institutions where he was instrumental in business growth and development. Per the press release, his expertise in regulatory frameworks and market strategy is expected to enhance Finalto Asia’s capabilities in adapting to the evolving FX market landscape.

“I am excited to lead Finalto Asia’s expansion in Japan,” said Suzuki Akihiko. “The company’s reputation for innovation and excellence positions us well for success in the dynamic Japanese financial environment. I look forward to leveraging our team’s capabilities to maximize opportunities and deliver exceptional value to our clients.”

Asia remains a key growth region for Finalto Group, and the company understands that a one-size-fits-all approach won’t work in the region as the markets are highly differentiated.

Earlier this year, Finalto Asia and PrimeXM announced a strategic partnership to level up the FX and CFD landscape in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region. Through this collaboration, Finalto Asia and PrimeXM streamline liquidity aggregation from multiple sources, leading to more competitive pricing for market participants.

By combining Finalto Asia’s expertise in financial services and PrimeXM’s cutting-edge technology solutions, the collaboration creates a more efficient trading ecosystem.


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