AxiCorp is delighted to announce that Ross Donoghue has joined the team as Head of Sales EU

Australian electronic trading firm AxiCorp has appointed CMC Markets alumnus Ross Donoghue as Head of Sales for the European region

AxiCorp has appointed Ross Donoghue as Head of Sales for the European region.

Mr Donoghue is a 20-year industry veteran, with considerable experience in Sales, Distribution Strategy, and Operations experience across Europe and Asia Pacific. Prior to joining AxiCorp, Ross has held several senior UK/EU Sales and Distribution roles at CMC Markets, City Index and more recently ADS Securities.

“Having worked together previously and witnessed first-hand his impressive achievements, I am looking forward to Ross driving significant growth for AxiCorp in several key retail markets in this region,” said Louis Cooper, Global Head of Retail at Axicorp.

“I’m delighted to be joining AxiCorp and driving growth in Europe. It’s great to be part of a broker that’s known for superior pricing, execution and client service, which is key to delivering value to our European clients and AxiCorp delivers on all fronts,” said Donoghue.

“Ross will be responsible for the EU retail sales team and is tasked with achieving our aggressive growth targets in the region, as well as driving acquisition scale, intelligence, and automation within AxiCorp on a global basis,” added Cooper.

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