Jacob Nel appointed CEO of IKON Multibank Group

International FX and CFD electronic trading firm IKON Multibank Group has appointed Jacob Nel as CEO, based in Sydney, Australia. Mr. Nel begins his tenure at the most senior level within the company’s executive management team this week, bringing his FX industry experience to IKON Multibank Group which has offices in New York, London, Sydney, […]

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International FX and CFD electronic trading firm IKON Multibank Group has appointed Jacob Nel as CEO, based in Sydney, Australia.

Mr. Nel begins his tenure at the most senior level within the company’s executive management team this week, bringing his FX industry experience to IKON Multibank Group which has offices in New York, London, Sydney, Auckland, Moscow, Kuala Lumpur, Beijing, Hong Long and Dubai.

Jacob Nel IKON

IKON Multibank Group was created in 2013 as a result of the merger of IKON and Australian FX and CFD firm Multibank Group.

Mr. Nel, who speaks English, Afrikaans and German, joins IKON Multibank Group from Forex Global Pty Ltd where he spent five years as Executive Director of Business Development, based in Sydney and Singapore, where he concentrated on providing service to high frequency traders, singal providers and fund managers.

In addition, Mr. Nel has held business development positions at Australia’s Vantage FX and also at Kinetic Securities in Sydney.

Educated at Massey University, Mr. Nel holds a Batchelors degree in Finance and Economics, graduating in 2009, and has also two FX qualifications from Deakin University and Kaplan Professional.

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