FXPRIMUS COO Stephen Leahy left the company


7 March, AtoZForex, San Diego - It was revealed earlier today that the FXPRIMUS COO Stephen Leahy left the company. It is still unclear as to why he decided to move on or what his next move will be. Mr. Leahy arrived at FXPRIMUS a little bit over a year ago, on March of 2015. Once settled in, his main role was to "oversee the business units on a daily basis, increase efficiency throughout the company, and evaluate the industry and their competitors".

FXPRIMUS COO Stephen Leahy next step?

Now that the renowned economist and former Chief Operating Officer at FXPRIMUS, Stephen Leahy, has parted ways with the forex broker and moved on to his next endeavor. It remains unknown what Leahy's next move will be, given his work history - an entrepreneur at heart with strong business development experience; he has held 5 different positions in the last 10 years at five separate companies, all interlinked to the Markets in one way or another - an average of two years per company.

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The longest was at Back Bay FX Services, LLC as Managing Member where he stayed four (4) years and a half, and his latest was oneZero Financial Systems as the Head of Business development, taking up duties for almost two years.

Comment of FXPRIMUS' management

The company's management has commented on the seemingly premature departure of FXPRIMUS COO Stephan Leahy:

"We extend our best wishes and heartfelt thanks to Stephen Leahy who acted as head Of Operations over the last year. He was an excellent ambassador for the company and an important asset to our management team and overall operations. We continue to strengthen our core operations from the root of our Cyprus headquarters in order to further streamline our managerial structure and improve overall efficiency and offering to our global audience."

On a different note, the CySEC regulated online forex trading broker is one of the few companies to undergo an annual audit. Purposing to demonstrate that they are compliant with the regulations of Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) at all times.

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