Financial Markets Veteran Jameel Ahmad Joins GTC Group as Chief Analyst & Advisor to the CEO

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Jameel Ahmad, a renowned strategist with a decade-long track record in global financial markets, has been appointed Chief Analyst and Advisor to the CEO at GTC Group, a move set to bolster the company’s growth and global brand awareness.

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In an exciting new development, Jameel Ahmad, a seasoned Financial Markets Strategist with ten years of distinguished service in global financial markets, is set to take on the role of Chief Analyst and Advisor to the CEO at GTC Group. This strategic appointment to accelerate the company’s growth cements GTC Group’s dedication to delivering superior investment research and unmatched strategic insights to its clients.

GTC Group has hailed Ahmad’s arrival as a vital asset to the organization. His deep-seated understanding of the financial markets and significant experience in brand-building within the brokerage sector will be instrumental in elevating GTC’s global brand visibility and client base.

In addition to advising the CEO on the intricate dynamics of the brokerage industry, Ahmad will also serve as the official spokesperson for GTC, marking his influence as the company continues to penetrate new markets.

The CEO of GTC, Jack Zhen, expressed delight over Ahmad’s appointment, marking it as a significant milestone in the company’s evolution. “Jameel’s entrance into the GTC family could not have come at a more opportune moment as our company is poised to enter a dynamic phase of global growth,” Zhen said. He emphasized Ahmad’s pivotal role in boosting GTC’s profile as Chief Analyst, while his advisory role will provide valuable support for the company’s international expansion.

Moreover, Zhen highlighted Ahmad’s past experiences in international business environments and understanding of different cultures as valuable assets. “Jameel’s vast experience in the brokerage industry inspires great confidence in our team, and we eagerly anticipate the positive impact he will have on GTC’s growth,” Zhen added.

On his part, Ahmad is equally excited about joining GTC, a company he perceives to have ambitious plans for global expansion. “I am looking forward to leveraging my skills as Chief Analyst to enhance GTC’s brand awareness across various global and local markets,” he said. As an advisor to the CEO, he aims to influence the company’s future by providing strategic guidance on business growth initiatives.

Ahmad looks forward to working with the passionate team at GTC and is enthusiastic about his role in shaping the company’s future. “I am eager to embark on this new journey and contribute to the GTC team’s efforts,” he stated.

Ahmad’s induction into the GTC fold, set to kick off this month, is a much-anticipated event. His strategic insights and expertise will be invaluable in boosting GTC’s standing within the brokerage industry and promoting the strategic growth of the business.

The year 2023 is already shaping up to be an exciting one for the GTC brand. The company is intensifying its marketing efforts with innovative initiatives, such as branding on Dubai taxis and at the Mall of Emirates metro station. Furthermore, GTC Multi Trading DMCC, a subsidiary of GTC Group, has recently obtained the Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA) license in the United Arab Emirates, adding another feather to GTC’s cap.

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