Finalto welcomes Angelo Martino as VP – Institutional Sales

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Finalto delighted to announce the appointment of Angelo Martino as the new Vice President of Institutional Sales.

Angelo brings over a decade of experience providing best-in-class liquidity, risk management solutions and technology for a range of international clients with a focus on Forex. Acting as a liaison for some of the world’s foremost hedge funds, trading houses, and other institutions, Angelo has a wealth of knowledge in dealing with institutional clients.

“I am very excited to get started,” Angelo says. “I am here to offer clients the best service. That’s the most important thing. It’s a great time to be joining Finalto, and I look forward to leveraging my expertise in offering new products and technologies to our customers.”

“With the appointment of Angelo, we have enhanced our Sales Team with a person who will help us target new areas of business and client types,” says Finalto Head of European Sales Paul Groves. 

“He brings a wealth of experience and an in-depth network which have an appetite for the products and services that Finalto can offer. He has joined at a very exciting time for the company, and I am sure he will benefit from the cross-selling opportunities our Liquidity, Risk Management and Technology offer.”

Prior to joining Finalto, Angelo was Head of Sales at GMO-Z.com having started out at Bloomberg as a Fixed Income Analyst and also serving as Senior Sales at OANDA (with particular focus on Italian and French-speaking territories, covering Italy, France, Switzerland, and Benelux countries).

From liquidity, trading and tech for businesses like hedge funds, brokers and all types of financial institutions, to trading and investments for professional and retail clients Finalto has the scale and the expertise to give you total access to every part of the world’s markets.

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