Finalto continues its expansion in Asia with the appointment of Alex Wijaya as Finalto Asia Sales Director.

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Alex will be based in our Singapore office with a remit of growing Finalto throughout the Asia region, allowing us to take Finalto’s offer to new heights.

“I am really happy to join Finalto at this stage of expansion into the Asian market,” Alex says. “I feel my experience in the sector will really help to drive business and take Finalto Asia to the next level.”

Alex adds: “The Asia Pacific region will continue to grow in 2022. There will be plenty of market opportunity in a year where the Fed raise the interest rates.”

Alex Mackinnon CEO Finalto Asia, comments,

“We’re delighted Alex is joining Finalto at this exciting moment for the company. With our incredibly strong product offerings in risk management, liquidity, trading and tech, we are making strong inroads in the Asian market and Alex will be a key player in our expansion here.

Alex will grow our Asian business from our Singapore office, where we already have an experienced sales and support team. Alex brings with him huge experience and industry knowledge and is an excellent fit for the Finalto family.

“Asia is a key focus for us this year as evidenced by the fact we recently added 32 leveraged equities belonging to some of the most prestigious companies listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) to our already impressive list of offerings. The addition of the Singapore leveraged equities further establishes Finalto as a leader in the Asian market.”

Alex Wijaya

Alex Wijaya has over a decade of experience working in forex. In the previous five years, he was instrumental in helping expand Axicorp’s Asia Pacific business. Prior to that, Alex handled high net worth clients at CMC.

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