INGOT announces CEO Adel Jibrin as broker opens office in Dubai

Rick Steves

INGOT offers regulated multi-asset trading, covering commodities, stocks, indices, ETFs, and Forex, available on MetaTrader 5. 

INGOT Financial Brokerage has opened an office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, as the firm aims to grow its business in the region.

The broker took the opportunity to appoint FX and CFD industry expert Adel Jibrin as Chief Executive Officer to spearhead the operation.

Adel Jibrin to lead efforts in Gulf area and Middle East

Adel Jibrin joined INGOT from Accuindex, where he was Regional Sales Director for approximately a year and a half. Previously, he spent two years at MultiBank Group as IB & Retail Sales Director. From 2015 to 2018, he was Senior Manager of Business Development at One Financial Management. He joined the FX and CFD brokerage scene in 2013 as an Account Manager at Alpari (UK).

Iman Mutlaq, Founder of INGOT Financial Brokerage, commented: “I am very pleased to announce the opening of our representative office in Dubai as we are continuously striving to amplify our client base in the region while empowering them to meet their investment aspirations. We are convinced that 2022 will be a year full of achievements for the company, with the nearest upcoming accomplishment hopefully being the launch of an administrative office in Qatar.”

“On behalf of everyone at the company, I would like to welcome Adel Jibrin to the team. I have full confidence that he will contribute greatly to our growth, and I strongly believe that he is the right person to come up with innovative solutions that allow us to penetrate new markets and further enhance the company’s business strategy within the GCC and the Middle East”, he continued.

“Jibrin will be an added value to INGOT Financial Brokerage, especially since he holds many certificates that endorse our goal of providing a safe investment environment for traders – such as that for Anti-Money Laundering Awareness
from CCL and Regulatory Induction from DFSA, to name a few – along with his extensive knowledge of the DFSA Code of Business Conduct and regulatory overview.”

Adel Jibrin, Chief Executive Officer at INGOT, said: “I am delighted to be joining INGOT Financial Brokerage, which has a long track record of achievements and a reputable reputation for developing and innovating financial services.

“I will use all my capabilities to expand the company’s business, especially within the Gulf area, since INGOT Financial Brokerage is committed to applying the highest standards of transparency and fully complies with top procedures and rules, and that is the main pillar of trading across international financial markets. I look forward to reaching new heights of success with the company.”

INGOT offers regulated multi-asset trading, covering commodities, stocks, indices, ETFs, and Forex, available on MetaTrader 5.

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