Christopher Gore Resigns as GO Markets CEO


Christopher Gore has on Tuesday announced his resignation as the chief executive officer (CEO) of GO Markets after 11 years in the position. 

July 21 2020 | AtoZ Markets –  AtoZ Markets has learned the CEO at GO Markets, Christopher Gore is set to resign from the firm today. Mr. Gore started his tenure with the Australian headquartered MT4 Forex and CFD brokerage back in 2009 as a currency analyst before assuming the position as CEO in 2017.

GO Markets CEO Christopher Gore resigns

Before joining the Melbourne-based firm, Gore worked as a sales trader and market commentator at IG Markets for four years. His career began as an e-commerce consultant at WebTrader in Sydney in 1998.

“Today is my final day as CEO of GO Markets, so I thought it is perhaps appropriate that I give a quick shout-out to my team and acknowledge the help and support I’ve received over the last 11-years. We’ve grown a great business together. I look forward to seeing the company continue to grow from the sidelines”, Gore stated on his linkedin profile earlier today.

Watch below a video of Mr. Gore from back in 2013 discussing the currency markets:

About GO Markets

GO Markets was founded in 2006 in Melbourne, Australia. The brokerage firm provides Forex and CFD trading services to individuals and wholesale clients globally. The company holds an AFSL (Australian Financial Services License) from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). GO Markets’ subsidiary GO Markets Ltd also holds a Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) license. GO Markets MENA DMCC is a subsidiary of GO Markets Pty Ltd.

The brokerage firm has around 35 employees globally in its Australian office and UK support center. They also have a representative office in China, and currently evaluating other parts of the Asia region.

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