Kevin Millien is a 10-year veteran of the Forex Industry, where he has leveraged technology, entrepreneurial management expertise and a comprehensive understanding of the evolving needs of clients, to grow companies into successful global enterprises.
Kevin began his career in Forex as an early-stage hire at FXCM, where he ran day-to-day operations for the Sales and Client Services Desks across US, European and Asian trading hours. He transitioned to a business development role as Vice President of Institutional Sales and Trading, where he identified strategic opportunities and formed key partnerships to create new revenue streams for the company.
He left FXCM to join Boston Technologies as Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer and quickly led the firm on its meteoric rise into one of the fastest-growing companies in the US, having achieved 1,944% revenue growth during his tenure. He is also a Co-Founder of both Boston Prime and BT Prime, two Prime Brokerage firms that offer institutional access to liquidity in Forex, CFDs and Metals.
Kevin, looking for a new challenge, moved on from working for brokers and started his own consulting company. He is currently President at Millien Consulting Group, where he provides training and advice to brokerages, technology firms and fund managers on how to grow their business.
He has been interviewed by Inc. Magazine and Boston Business Journal, among other publications. When he is not traveling the globe to meet with clients, you can often find him in New York, London, or gliding down a white-crested mountain on his snowboard.
The Financial Commission Chairman of the Board Peter Tatarnikov said, “The Financial Commission is continuing its expansion by adding another great member to our already impressive Dispute Resolution Committee. Kevin has many talents and a lot of experience working for a variety of Forex companies from retail to institutional. Having worked for retail brokers and a prime brokerage, this will make his experience invaluable when deciding pricing disputes between Members and their clients.”
Kevin joins the Financial Commission as they continue to expand. The Financial Commission has recently launched with 6 members and will be adding 2 new members to their existing roster very soon. The Financial Commission is also in discussions with local financial dispute resolution organizations in Australia, New Zealand and Cyprus to assist them with any Forex complaints they may receive.
For more information, please contact The Financial Commission – email@example.com or by phone 212-655-5493
About the Financial Commission
The Financial Commission is an external dispute resolution (EDR) organization for consumers/traders who are unable to resolve disputes with financial services providers that are members of the Financial Commission.
The Financial Commission set out to provide a new approach for traders and brokers alike to resolve any issues that arise in the course of trading the Forex market.
The Financial Commission was established to be a neutral 3rd party committee to fairly review and resolve complaints in an effort to facilitate a simpler, swifter resolution than through industry regulators and the legal system.