Gold-i employees (and ex employees) seem to be in high demand.

Broker software solutions provider Devexperts has announced that the company has hired Ben Clark as its new Vice President of Business Development. Ben Clark joins Devexperts after spending six years at MT4 integration specialist Gold-i, where he was a solutions specialist, working with Gold-i clients on the best ways to implement the firm’s software on their trading systems. Devexperts stated that Mr. Clark was instrumental in the growth of Gold-i, where he was responsible for business development, and gained a formidable understanding of Forex trading systems, which now helps him advise clients on their trading infrastructure.

We had previously reported on a number of other Gold-i alumni landing elsewhere, including Arun Lakhani who is now Partner Solutions Manager with Equiti Group, and Chris Rowe who recently joined regulatory reporting service provider Point Nine.

At Devexperts, Ben Clark will be responsible for growing the global customer base for the company’s whole product portfolio, which includes exchange solutions, trading and wealth-management platforms. He will focus on DXtrade, the recently launched SaaS trading platform. DXtrade caters to Forex/CFD brokers of all sizes, from start-ups to companies looking to diversify their offering and gain greater control of their internal risk management.

Ben Clark commented:

“I am thrilled to be a part of such an excellent team and eager to start working with Devexperts to build partnerships and provide companies with a powerful off-the-shelf platform and the unique ability to customize every part of it.”

Michael Babushkin, CEO of Devexperts added:

“We are glad that Ben decided to join forces with us and offer the market the solutions and expertise it needs to go on to the next level and offer brokers alternative and innovative ways to attract and retain customers. With the addition of Ben, Devexperts has representatives in all geographical regions of the world and is ready to address every unique need of brokers and investment companies.”