FNG Exclusive… It looks like New Zealand based Retail FX and CFDs broker CJC Markets is very serious about its MENA expansion plans.
For the second time this week, FNG is reporting about a senior hire CJC is making in the region. After exclusively reporting that CJC had added well-followed, Amman based FX analyst Yasir Mubarak as the company’s new Head of Global Institutional Sales, we have now learned that CJC has added Egypt based Mohamed Elsergany as the company’s news Regional Manager MENA.
FNG spoke with Mr. Elsergany about his new role at CJC, here is what he had to say:
It was a pleasure to join CJC Markets global team and be a part of its globalization strategy.
We are customer-oriented, constantly creating value for customers, determined to provide investors with unparalleled trading experience, and constantly improve and optimize the industry’s leading trading tools. Through continuous focus on product optimization and improvement of service quality, we have successfully carried out in-depth cooperation with talented and experienced teams around the world, and we have rapidly become one of the global well-known forex brands.
We have a great plans for expansion in MENA region. We recently added offices in Dubai, Egypt and target to have local offices in all MENA countries to better and quickly support our clients.
Mohamed Elsergany has been working in the FX sector for more than a decade, primarily in senior business development roles at firms such as Swissquote, BMFN, Gain Capital, and ICM.
Controlled by Chinese investors, CJC Markets is based in Auckland, New Zealand and holds a Derivatives Issuer License issued by the New Zealand Financial Markets Authority (FMA). The company to date has been focused mainly on Chinese traders and certain other Far East locations, but has been looking to expand its footprint in the MENA region and among Arabic speaking traders of late.