VT Markets taps Yiangos Georgiou to head business development in Europe

Rick Steves

Yiangos Georgiou’s sales and marketing background will be put to good use at VT Markets as the online brokerage firm is determined to expand its footprint after having launched new branding and website in late 2020. 

VT Markets has appointed Yiangos Georgiou as Regional Business Development Director to support the multi asset trading platform in achieving its business development goals on a European level.

Yiangos Georgiou was the former Head of Business Development at 24Option from 2018 to 2020, Business Development Manager at Hello Markets from 2017 to 2018, and Head of Affiliates at IronFX Cyprus from 2014 to 2016.

Focus on high-profile partnerships

Yiangos Georgiou joins VT Markets after 12 years working within the Forex & Online Gaming marketplace as Business Development Manager, Project Manager, Director of Affiliates, and Head of Affiliates in several companies.

His Sales and Marketing background will be put to good use at VT Markets as the online brokerage firm is determined to expand its footprint after having launched new branding and website in late 2020.

The new Regional Business Development Director will focus on introducing high-profile partnerships and putting new business developments into action to cover the whole client lifecycle.

Yiangos Georgiou, Regional Business Development Director, Europe, at VT Markets, said: “I have been in the Forex Industry since 2014, and during that time I have been able to help and assist companies to develop under my guidance.

“Starting my career within the forex, I have developed and worked endlessly for some prime companies within the industry, and am now a proud member of the VT Group. Joining VT Markets as the Director of Business Development has given me the opportunity to implement my skills and resources to establish our software successfully within the EU Market.”

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VT Markets obtains license to operate in the UK

VT Markets has recently launched FX trading in the UK after five years of providing advanced technical support in the retail currency exchange markets.

The FX and CFD broker, which features a valid ECN account with mobile trading and payments, raw spreads, and a robust client portal, boasts more than 10,000 trader clients in the UK.

The broker is thus entering the UK FCA space after acquiring a license from the Financial Conduct Authority, the country’s financial watchdog. The brand will operate with the FCA license granted to Vantage Global Prime.

The Sydney-based multi asset broker has also recently set up camp in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to offer users access to more than 300 assets via MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5.

VT Markets takes pricing and liquidity from 7 liquidity providers which allow the broker to offer the best possible pricing in such a competitive market.

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