Senior FX industry PR and marketing executive Angus Campbell becomes non executive director of OTF

With senior positions at City Index, FxPro, IFX and LCG forming major parts of his career, Angus Campbell joins the board of On The Floor, a software as a service company which facilitates online ordering and paying allowing users to manage their inventory

Angus Campbell is a well known figure within the public relations and marketing sector of the retail FX industry.

His current position at Stature PR as Head of Corporate and Financial builds on his longstanding experience at senior executive level within the retail brokerages of London, howeve this week Mr. Campbell has expanded his responsibilities further having been elected Non-executive Director at On The Floor which is a software-as-a-service company that provides businesses in ecommerce with the capability to dynamically price inventory.

Mr. Campbell assumes this directorship this week, alongside his position at Stature PR, which he began in October 2015.

Before joining Stature PR, Mr. Campbell was Head of PR at FxPro in London, where he spent two years, having joined the company from London Capital Group (now LCG) where he was Head of Marketing Analysis an Communications for over five and a half years between October 2007 and June 2013.

Mr. Campbell moved into his position as Head of Marketing Analysis and Communications following a year and a half at City Index as Head of UK Sales between August 2006 and September 2007, having joined the firm from IFX Markets where he spent four and a half years, joining the company in April 2002.

Mr. Campbell graduated from the University of Exeter and made his foray into the FX industry fourteen years ago.

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