INFINOX promotes Alex Praill to COO as volumes grew by 25% in 2021

Rick Steves

“His operational pedigree is certain to catapult INFINOX forward and he will be a great role model for our employees and those vendors who come into contact with him.”

INFINOX has announced the appointment of Alex Praill as its new Chief Operations Officer as the global trading period experiences a period of rapid expansion.

The FX and CFD brokerage firm has recorded an increase in trading volumes in 2021 of 25% in total from its operations in more than 15 countries.

Alex Praill oversaw all business operations

The INFINOX veteran was promoted to Chief Operations Officer after eight years as Head of Operations at the firm, based in London. Prior to that, he was Account Opening Executive at IG for four years.

As Head of Operations, he oversaw all business operations, from back and middle office duties to front office operations, ensuring smooth and effective collaboration of all teams.

Now, as Chief Operations Officer, Alex Praill will be in charge of compounding the impressive growth already seen by the brokerage, leading the business and operational functions into a new post-Brexit and post-Covid market.

Robert Berkeley, Chief Executive Officer of INFINOX, said: “We’re thrilled that Alex has accepted the Chief Operating Officer position. His operational pedigree is certain to catapult INFINOX forward and he will be a great role model for our employees and those vendors who come into contact with him.

“We know exactly what we’re getting with Alex, who has helped build us to this stage. We’re excited to see where, with his help, we can go from here. INFINOX’s seamless, user-friendly technology and award-winning client services were a key driver in 2021 and helped not only grow but retain a large client base.”

Alex Praill, Chief Operating Officer of INFINOX, added: “I’m honored to be trusted to expand the projects we’ve been working so hard on and it’s a privilege to be working with such a great team.”

INFINOX boasts MT5 for multi asset trading

INFINOX Capital is authorized and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and provides reliable FX and CFD trading through the popular MetaTrader 5 platform.

The broker rolled out MT5 in October 2021 as it looked to enhance its multi asset trading offering, which covers a wide range of asset classes, from forex pairs, to commodities, indices, futures, and equities. The INFINOX stock trading offering includes the most popular shares such as Netflix, Visa, Amazon, and Tesla.

The INFINOX MetaTrader 5 platform features a host of institutional trading tools including 21 different timeframes, a built-in economic calendar delivering news, 9 different order types, Depth of Market, access via desktop and mobile app.

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