About
Service Management


 

管理层Dáire Ferguson, CEO AvaTrade

Mr. Ferguson came to AvaTrade after serving as the European & Asian Senior Treasury Manager at Bristol Myers Squibb, a globally leading pharmaceutical company. Prior to that, he served as Head of Corporate Forex for large international specialist banking and asset management groups in London & Dublin. He joined AvaTrade in 2008 as Director of Trading & Risk Management. Mr. Ferguson holds degrees in Computers and Business from University College Dublin, Ireland and from Lindenwood University, Missouri, USA.
管理层Ian Webb, VP Compliance

Mr. Webb has over 15 years' compliance experience working in the financial services industry. Before joining AvaTrade he spent 10 years at Citco Bank Nederland N.V, serving as Head of Compliance and MLRO. He began his career with Deutsche Bank. Mr. Webb is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (ACAMS). He also holds diplomas in Compliance from The Irish Institute of Banking and Financial Regulation from the National College of Ireland.
管理层Peadar O'Shea, Non-Executive Director
Mr. O’Shea, a former Managing Director at Morgan Stanley in London is an entrepreneur and investor. He spent his professional career at the heart of the global capital markets, initially with the Central Bank of Ireland and culminating as Managing Director with Morgan Stanley's London Office. He also served on Morgan Stanley's Global Investment Strategy Group, writing regularly for the firms' investment research publications. Mr. O'Shea currently serves as an advisory director for a leading hedge fund firm as well as holding several board and senior advisory positions.
管理层Hiroshi Niwa AvaTrade CEO of AvaTrade Japan K.K.
Mr. Niwa joined AvaTrade Group after eight years as CEO of a margin brokerage firm. He has extensive and profound expertise in the financial sector, ranging from fixed income products to investment banking. After earning a bachelor's degree in economics from Kyoto University, he worked for years at the Industrial Bank of Japan, Morgan Stanley and BNP Paribas.

 

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