Middle East broker Guldzon hires Muhammad as chief market strategist

abdelaziz Fathi

Guldzon, a Middle-East focused broker specializing in metals and gold trading, has onboarded Muhammad Hesham to assume the role of its newest Chief Market Strategist.

Muhammad brings more than a decade of experience in analyzing and trading on the global financial markets. He has originally started his career within the foreign exchange industry back in 2011 when he joined Arabictrader.com, an Arab FX portal providing real-time news, technical analysis and educational courses. There he spent the bulk of his career, rising through the ranks from an economic editor to a financial market analyst.

Muhammad switched his core focus to the brokerage industry after he joined the research arm of Equiti Group as a senior financial market analyst. Prior to joining Guldzon, he ended a short stint as MENAT senior market strategist at Zeal Group.

In his new role, Hesham’s primary task will be to establish a new department that will spearhead the development and implementation of Guldzon’s research initiatives and training programs. He will closely collaborate with other functions within the company to ensure seamless and integrated trading experiences for clients.

Commenting on his appointment, Muhammad Hesham stated: “I am delighted to express my utmost satisfaction upon joining my new position at Guldzon. It is with great joy that I embrace this opportunity to contribute my skills and expertise towards the growth and success of the organization. I am excited about the challenges and possibilities that lie ahead, and I look forward to working alongside my talented colleagues to achieve remarkable milestones together. With the support and guidance of the company, I am confident that my journey here will be fulfilling and rewarding.”

“We are thrilled to welcome Muhammad Hesham to our team as the newest member in our team. With Hesham’s extensive experience and proven track record, we are confident that he will make a significant impact on our organization. We are excited to have Hesham on board and look forward to working collaboratively to drive our company’s growth and success to new heights,” added Said Bassam Al Basha, General Manager, and shareholder at Guldzon.

Guldzon takes advantage of new technologies and progressive ideas to enhance the quality of gold trading and facilitate global connections among investors. The company’s core services are centered around predicting gold prices in various markets and providing insights to assist investors in making informed and prudent financial choices when it comes to investing in the bullion.

Guldzon has recently revealed plans to expand its operations in the MENA region, acknowledging the vast potential and opportunities it offers. Through tailored offerings and a dedicated team, the company aims to provide seamless trading experiences and foster long-term partnerships in key MENA markets.

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