Ricky Strachan Joins Gold-i’s Sales Team

“Ricky has an impressive background in software sales from IRESS and the London Stock Exchange and a proven track record in global sales. He brings a wealth of experience to Gold-i and a wide network of contacts. He also brings a lot of energy and enthusiasm and is an ideal fit for the Gold-i team” – Tom Higgins, CEO, Gold-i

Financial technology innovator and renowned trading platform integration company Gold-i has expanded its sales team with the appointment of Ricky Strachan, an experienced sales executive with a strong track record in new business development and a background in technical support.

Ricky joins Gold-i from global FinTech firm, IRESS where he spent two years as Business Development Manager.

Prior to that he worked at the London Stock Exchange for eight years in a variety of roles, beginning his career on the technical help desk and transitioning to a sales role where he focused on market data and trading platforms, supporting some of the UK’s biggest brokers.

At Gold-i, Ricky will work alongside Gold-i’s existing sales team, with a focus on global sales and growth opportunities amongst existing clients.

According to Tom Higgins, CEO, Gold-i, “Ricky has an impressive background in software sales from IRESS and the London Stock Exchange and a proven track record in global sales. He brings a wealth of experience to Gold-i and a wide network of contacts. He also brings a lot of energy and enthusiasm and is an ideal fit for the Gold-i team.”

Ricky Strachan adds, “I am excited to be joining such a dynamic organisation with such a strong reputation in the industry. I am impressed by Gold-i’s continuous focus on pushing boundaries as well as the company’s innovative products for brokers across a range of asset classes. This is a great opportunity for me to build on my experience and play a key role in helping Gold-i to achieve its ambitious growth plans.”

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