XS.com continues hiring spree, Stephanie Michael appointed head of HR

abdelaziz Fathi

XS.com, the multi-regulated financial services provider, on Thursday announced the onboarding of Stephanie Michael as its Global Head of Human Resources (HR).

With a passion for talent attraction and development, Stephanie has 10 years of diverse experience in tourism, legal consultation, and online trading with a brief stint in her own startup. In her new role, she will work closely with the company’s executives and staff to provide strategic direction that achieves organisational goals, according to a corporate statement.

Most recently, Stephanie worked for more than six years at IQ Option Global, where she spent the bulk of his career in senior HR roles. There she was tasked with employee relations, employee engagement, and reward and recognition.

XS Group is a multinational fintech and financial services provider with entities authorized in various jurisdictions around the globe.

XS.com CEO Mohamad Ibrahim commented on the new hire: “We are thrilled to welcome Stephanie Michael as our new Head of HR to the team. Her expertise and passion for human resources will be a valuable asset to the group as we continue to grow and evolve at a rapid pace. I am confident that Stephanie’s leadership will help us attract and retain top talent, create a positive and supportive work environment, and drive our business forward. I look forward to working closely with her to achieve our shared goals for the growing XS brand.”

Stephanie Michael, the new Head of Human Resources at XS.com, added: “I am honoured to join XS.com, a dynamic and innovative global broker as the new Head of HR. I am eager to use my expertise and passion for human resources to support the group’s mission and growth. I believe that a strong HR function is key to attracting and retaining top talent, fostering a positive culture, and ensuring the well-being of employees. I am excited to work with the team to drive the XS Group forward and make a positive impact on the business and the lives of our highly valued employees.”

Founded in 2020, XS.com was originally founded in Australia before relocating its headquarters to Cyprus. The broker is authorized in Seychelles while its institutional arm, XS Prime Ltd, is regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

The broker has been on a hiring spree over the last few weeks, having onboarded Ahmed Negm as Head of Market Research for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

XS.com has also lured Mohamad Ibrahim as the group’s newest chief executive officer (CEO). Mohamad comes over to XS.com from Exness where he served most recently as its regional manager for the MENA region. He originally joined Exness back in October 2019 and served for the past three years within its MENA unit based in Dubai.

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