Accuindex, a retail FX and CFDs brokerage, has announced on Monday the appointment of Ahmad Al-Alem as its new Regional Sales Director for Middle Eastern operations.
The press release shared with FortuneZ detailed that the new hire will be in charge of implementing and managing the broker’s sales and diversification strategies in the GCC and the wider Middle Eastern markets. He will take control of Accuindex’s multi-national business development team and will be responsible for identifying new market opportunities.
The broker is putting the key responsibilities on the Al-Alem, given his experience in the financial industry for over a decade. In fact, he spent most of his career with FX brokers.
“I look forward to leading Accuindex’s Middle East sales division to become the preferred broker in the industry,” Al-Alem said in a statement. “The team’s substantial knowledge, along with the firm’s diverse product offering and premium service will allow us to deliver an enhanced and more focused trading experience to our valued clients. I look forward to being part of Accuindex, a rapidly evolving and one of the fastest-growing organizations in the online trading industry.”
Many Industry Veterans Joined
The new appointment followed other key appointments by Accuindex. FortuneZ earlier reported on the hiring of Samer Mourched as the brokerage’s Chief Operating Officer and Husein Al-Koofee to lead its Cyprus operations.
Apart from the hirings, Accuindex recently acquired the entire stake at CySEC-regulated Ruizean Markets, eying on its global expansion plans.
“We are pleased to have Ahmad Al-Alem join our team as Regional Sales Director. I am confident that through his dynamic approach he will excel in his new role and will ensure strong coordination amongst our sales teams,” Mourched said.
“His wide-ranging experience will allow us to better serve our customers and meet our market objectives. In addition to this, his deep understanding of the FX/CFDs trading business, he will be instrumental in supporting us in our growth strategy in the years to come.”