UEZ Markets Appointment of Their New Asia Pacific Vice President

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

UEZ Markets, a global market-leading trading platform that helps clients change and see how the markets work through innovation and technology, today announced a new key leadership appointment.

As a company with a history of providing clients worldwide with industry expertise and technology solutions in the financial sector, UEZ Markets is excited to build on that commitment to excellence by announcing that Mason Kong was promoted to the role of Asia Pacific Vice President. Mason has worked at UEZ Markets for about 2 years as the Business development manager and throughout this time he lead the UEZ markets team from one success to another making him the perfect candidate for this new role.

Conor Burns, CEO at UEZ Markets LTD said: “Mason has proved himself as an invaluable member of the management team over the past 2 years. In his role as Business development manager, we saw the client base double and revenues exceed our expectations. So with that in mind, I am delighted to welcome Mason to the senior management team at UEZ, and I’m sure he will continue to be a key factor in our future growth and success.”

The success of Mason’s career path at UEZ Markets continues to promote the company’s vision, leadership, and reputation as a top employer. As Mason Said: “At UEZ Markets any role is achievable as long as you put your mind to the task.”

About UEZ MARKETS

UEZ Markets was founded in 2020 in the Cayman Islands as a subsidiary of UEZ Markets LTD, UEZ Markets is a market-leading trading platform. UEZ Markets has regional offices in the Cayman Islands, Europe, and Asia with over 200 employees worldwide.

Committed to empowering people to invest and trade, with confidence, in an innovative and trusted environment; supported by best-in-class personal service and uncompromising integrity.

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