Financial Commission hires GAIN Capital executive Nikolai Isayev as Chief Operating Officer

While at GAIN Capital Group, Nikolai held senior marketing roles which included managing and coordinating across related efforts tied to trading signal products and platform technology localization in many regions of the world

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The Financial Commission (FinaCom LTD), a leading independent member-driven external dispute resolution (EDR) organization for international online brokerages that participate in global foreign exchange (forex), derivatives, and cryptocurrency markets, today announces the appointment of Nikolai Isayev as Chief Operating Officer (COO).

Financial Commission continues to build on the growth of its operations including new divisions launched to cater to emerging self-regulatory needs of technology providers and our existing and new members. Mr. Isayev will help guide operational strategy to uphold Financial Commission’s mission statement to provide efficient and transparent dispute resolution services to market participants.

Prior to joining Financial Commission, Nikolai held a number of senior roles for GAIN Capital Group’s Forex.com brand, with a concentration across various regions including Russia, Eastern Europe, Australia and the US.

While at GAIN Capital Group, Nikolai held senior marketing roles which included managing and coordinating across related efforts tied to trading signal products and platform technology localization in many regions of the world including five years in Russia and the Commonwealth Independent States (CIS) for the broker.

Nikolai is the founder and president of New York-based Dartek Consulting, a boutique advisory firm providing marketing and consulting services to venture capital firms, crypto companies and online brokerages.

Financial Commission Chairman, Peter Tatarnikov said: “Nikolai is a seasoned industry executive with a strong skill-set in marketing-related operations across a number of important regions where Financial Commission’s members are focused. Nikolai’s consulting background and prior positions made him a perfect candidate to help lead our operations and we are delighted to welcome Nikolai as Financial Commission’s COO.”

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