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Dr. Can Pamir Joins the Financial Commission’s Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC)

Nikolai Isayev

The Financial Commission has appointed Dr. Can Pamir, Founder, and CEO of Pamir Consultancy, as the latest Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC) member to strengthen its dispute resolution services. Mr. Pamir is the 33d industry expert to join the Financial Commission’s DRC – which consists of a diverse panel of industry professionals, who follow a non-bias protocol […]

The Financial Commission has appointed Dr. Can Pamir, Founder, and CEO of Pamir Consultancy, as the latest Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC) member to strengthen its dispute resolution services.

Mr. Pamir is the 33d industry expert to join the Financial Commission’s DRC – which consists of a diverse panel of industry professionals, who follow a non-bias protocol to process and resolve complaints from our members’ clients.

Financial Commission Chief Operating Officer, Nikolai Isayev commented on the appointment: “we are happy to welcome Can to our dispute resolution team. Given his extensive experience in the industry, particularly in education and marketing, and geographically in the Middle East region, he will be a valuable asset to the Dispute Resolution Committee in helping us continue our commitment to trader education and transparency for brokers.”

Founded in 2013, the Financial Commission is a leading independent member-driven external dispute resolution (EDR) organization for international online brokerages, exchanges, and Blockchain firms that participate in global foreign exchange (forex), derivatives, CFD, and digital asset markets.

Financial Commission provides efficient compliance solutions to its members, alongside its External Dispute Resolution (EDR) mechanism that serves as an effective channel for processing complaints from clients of member firms.

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