The Financial Commission is delighted to welcome Zack Ioannou as the new Head of the Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC). The DRC is the heart of the Commission and the body, which oversees the dispute resolution process from end to end. Financial Commission strives to gather all the top figures of the industry to be part of the core team of the Commission in general and the DRC in particular. Experience in everything, and this is especially true in the world of finance and trading; and this appointment of Zack as the Head of the DRC is no exception.
Zack has over 25 years of financial markets experience gained in senior roles at investment banks such as Smith Barney and Wells Fargo, as well as at securities and brokerage firms such as FxPro and Easy Forex. He has established and developed financial trading businesses and brokerages covering a broad range of markets serving institutional and retail clients. His background includes market making, proprietary trading, risk management, sales and business development, regulatory compliance, finance and operational management. Zack is registered with the FCA in the UK and the CySEC in Cyprus.
The DRC members come from various backgrounds, which come together to create a diverse framework for the resolution of any dispute, with one common thread: the recognition that knowledge and hands-on experience are key traits to the function of the DRC.
We are honored to welcome Zack Ioannou to this top role within the DRC, and are proud of this addition to the Commission.
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
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