ZuluTrade Appoints 3 Executives to Drive its Global Growth Plan

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ZuluTrade welcomes both Stathis Xenos and Antonis Metaxas as VPs of Growth and Theodosis Lapatas as Head of Affiliate Marketing

ZuluTrade, a Finvasia Group company, has promoted a selected trio into its ranks as part of a commitment to scale its global operations and human capital growth.

The company has decided to promote Stathis Xenos and Antonis Metaxas as Vice Presidents of Growth and appointed Theodosis Lapatas as the Head of Affiliate Marketing. The trio has a combined experience of over 50 years and has helped drive growth across various multinational organisations. 

Over the last 6 months, ZuluTrade has seen an over 300% increase in the number of people registering on its platform. ZuluTrade is the platform of choice for someone to start their investing journey. 

The recent increase of interest from the “New Generation” of investors has made ZuluTrade known for its transparency, being broker-neutral, and as a conflict-free investment platform.

“Antonis, Stathis, and Theodosis all have a long history with ZuluTrade and have been chosen for their skills, knowledge and leadership qualities. I believe their appointment will further our reach across the globe to markets that are now starting to experience social trading as the mainstay platform for investments.” said Tajinder Virk, CEO ZuluTrade. 

Here’s a bit of background on them: 

Stathis Xenos has been responsible for implementing ZuluTrade’s growth plan as part of Finvasia Group’s mission and vision. Having previously held key leadership roles, Stathis is an industry veteran with a proven track record in leading and scaling high-growth fintech businesses. Stathis was the Director of Marketing & Business Development in a Greek Brokerage company and contributed to positioning the company as the top player in the market.

Antonis Metaxas has been Head of Portfolio Management & Traders Community at ZuluTrade. He has actively participated in building and optimising ZuluTrade’s features for more than 5 years.

Using his 22 years of investment experience, he and his teams built new investment products, such as combos and baskets, utilising cutting-edge mathematical models to expand ZuluTrade’s product offering. 

Theodosis Lapatas has an engineering background and is an MBA holder. He started his journey in Affiliate Marketing after joining the team at Linkwise – the biggest affiliate network in Greece, later joining ZuluTrade where he revamped its Affiliate Program. Other positions in marketing and communications have helped him gather valuable experience from performance-driven industries. Theodosis will join forces with ZuluTrade to build a global team and grow the affiliates and partners of the company. The roadmap includes dedicated resources for Europe, LATAM and MENA regions.

ZuluTrade is currently on a recruitment drive for talented individuals to join the company in various positions and encourages anyone with the determination and ambition to look at its available vacancies. More information can be found on their social media and careers pages.

About ZuluTrade 

ZuluTrade is one of the most innovative broker-agnostic social trading platforms and offers the largest database of signals and strategies currently available across the market, catering to both advanced and novice investors, with many supported languages and state-of-the-art mobile apps.

Teams from ZuluTrade are actively travelling to exhibitions and events around the world to meet portfolio managers, traders, brokers, affiliates and partners to showcase many of ZuluTrade’s wealth management and social investing features. 

Discover more at https://www.zulutrade.com 

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