Natallia Hunik leaves Advanced Markets after seven years

abdelaziz Fathi

Natallia Hunik is parting ways with Advanced Markets Group (AMG) after a lengthy career and multiple roles with the ‎multi-asset liquidity and prime-of-prime service provider.

Natallia Hunik

The 13-year FX veteran confirmed her departure to FinanceFeeds without providing the exact details about her next destination, which will be an “enterprise business intelligence software startup.”

“I am indeed moving on from Advanced Markets Group, starting a new adventure on December 1, 2021. I am very excited to start this new chapter in my professional career and thankful for all the opportunities I have been provided with, as well as for all amazing people I met and great friendship,” Natallia said.

Natallia was one of the ‎longest serving at Advanced Markets, having joined the ‎group in Boston office back in 2015. ‎ She was originally appointed as Global Head of Sales, in charge of promoting Advanced Markets’ liquidity, technology and credit solutions to banks and brokers globally. This paved the way for a promotion to the group’s Chief Revenue Officer in 2019, a position she held up until her eventual departure.

In this capacity, she was integral in managing AMG’s growth ‎strategy, along with the implementation of ‎its policy initiatives to bolster sales capabilities marketing, and business development efforts.

Advanced Markets announced earlier this week a brand refresh including a new visual identity, redesigned logo and website, and refined mission statement. The refresh comes as the company continues expanding its portfolio of trading products and supports its global expansion strategy.

Prior to joining Advanced Markets, Natallia held senior FX roles at several institutions, including as Global Head of Sales at Fortex, a provider of multi-asset electronic trading solutions.

Earlier in her career, Natalia worked as a vice president of worldwide sales at Boston Technologies’ representative office in Shanghai. During a 7-year tenure, she was responsible for growing the Boston startup into a successful international company.

Natallia received her MBA from Babson University and bachelor’s degree in Finance from Suffolk University in Boston.

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