Former BMFN executive Stefan Pashaliyski founds specialist FX recruitment consultancy

This month, Stefan Pashaliyski has embarked on a new venture by establishing a specialist consultancy which recruits professionals for the FX and binary options industry, based in Sofia Bulgaria. Operating under the name ForexJobs.bg, Mr. Pashaliyski is a co-founder of the company which, according to Mr. Pashaliyski’s LinkedIn profile is owned by FX professionals with […]

This month, Stefan Pashaliyski has embarked on a new venture by establishing a specialist consultancy which recruits professionals for the FX and binary options industry, based in Sofia Bulgaria.

Operating under the name ForexJobs.bg, Mr. Pashaliyski is a co-founder of the company which, according to Mr. Pashaliyski’s LinkedIn profile is owned by FX professionals with the idea to meet the staffing needs of the growing FX/BO sectors in Bulgaria.

In the two and a half years prior to establishing the new company, Mr. Pashaliyski was Director of Customer Support and Sales at Riflexo, which publishes FX Trader Magazine.

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Before heading away from the core brokerage business and into the media and recruitment side of the FX industry, Mr. Pashaliyski was an Investment Consultant at BMFN between March 2011 and September 2012, preceded by a three and a half year tenure at Focal Point Investments, a company which he joined in December 2007.

Going back ten years, Mr. Pashaliyski was a Financial Analyst at DeltaStock AD in Sofia, following his graduation from university with a Batchelor’s degree in International Business.

Mr. Pashaliyski continued his education during his early years in the FX industry, having studied a Master of Science degree at Nov Bulgarski Universitet between 2007 and 2009.

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