Michael Turck promoted to Global Head of Liquidity and Sales at Tradeview Markets

Michael Turck begins the new year with a promotion to senior executive level at Tradeview Markets in New York

Michael Turck joined North American retail FX brokerage Tradeview Markets in September 2015 from FXPRIMUS, and has now been promoted to Global Head of Liquidity and Sales.

One and a half years ago, Mr. Turck joined Tradeview Markets as Sales & Business Development Executive for the FX, CFD and Equities side of the business, having spend the previous six months as VP of Risk Management at FXPRIMUS before the firm’s decision to establish in Cyprus.

Prior to joining FXPRIMUS, Mr. Turck was responsible for Institutional Operations at FXDD in New York, where he spent seven and a half years.

In 2007, Mr. Turck’s appointment at FXDD represented his foray into the FX industry, having joined the company from internet giant Yahoo, where he was an Account Manager for two years between March 2005 and April 2007, based in New York.

Mr. Turck holds a series 3 National Futures Association (NFA) license, which he obtained in December 2009, and was educated at Fairfield niversity, from which he graduated in 2005 with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management.

Michael Turck (left), wth, James Azar (Karinza), Karin Zalcberg (Karinza), Bob Slade (Citigroup) at the FinanceFeeds New York Cup event, December 2016

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