Nicolas Morphitis joins BDSwiss as as head of business development
Nicolas Morphitis, who until recently served in many roles at HF Markets, is leaving the Cypriot FX firm to join multi-regulated CFDs broker BDSwiss as its global head of business development,
In his new role, Morphitis will be responsible for BDSwiss’ partnerships strategy, building and maintaining relationships with key partners within the wider brokerage business that are essential to the company’s growth plans. He will help solidify BDSwiss operations in many regions as well, bringing several years of expertise in FX space to the role.
Nicolas started his own career in 2011 as a researcher assistant at Morfiria Consulting Ltd. He assumed his first role in the FX arena as a head of affiliation at Instant Trading EU. Before landing at BDSwiss, a three-year tenure as a regional head of business development at HF Markets took his career between 2020 and 2023.
“Work takes on new meaning when you feel you are pointed in the right direction. Otherwise, it’s just a job, and life is too short for that! Andreas Andreou thank you for this opportunity! I am really excited for this new beginning and for what is to come! I’m happy to share that I’m starting a new position as Global Head of Business Development at BDSwiss,” Morphitis wrote in a Linkedin post.
BDSwiss Group is a multi-asset broker that has been operating since 2012. The brokerage firm itself was established in Zurich, Switzerland, yet its group of companies operates in several jurisdictions and now serves clients in over 180 countries.
BDSwiss is authorized and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) under license number 199/13. This regulatory status offers a cross-border approval that permits the company to provide investment services within the European Economic Area (EEA) zone.
In addition to its primary authorization by CySEC, BDSwiss holds other licenses to serve clients from different jurisdictions. This includes approvals from the financial services regulators in Mauritius and Seychelles.
The multi-asset financial services firm BDSwiss has recently its cryptocurrency offering with nine new CFD crypto-pairs. These new additions bring the total number of cryptocurrencies available to trade on the BDSwiss MetaTrader, WebTrader and Mobile app platforms to 26 crypto-pairs. It should be noted that BDSwiss’ crypto offering is only available under the brand’s BDS Markets and BDS LTD entities which operate outside the European Union.