Exclusive: GMI-UK adds Chris Hossain-Nelson and Zaid Alkhatib as directors
FNG Exclusive… FNG has learned that Global Market Index Limited (GMI UK), an FCA-regulated provider of turnkey solutions to institutions and brokerages, has appointed Chris Hossain-Nelson (pictured above) and Zaid Alkhatib to the Board of Directors.
Mr. Hossain-Nelson will continue to lead Client Relations and Mr. Alkhatib will lead Operations and Compliance. We had also exclusively reported back in June that Zaid Alkhatib had joined GMI to head operations and compliance, from CySEC-licensed broker FXVC (Centralspot Trading Ltd), where he was Head of Operations.
Chris Hossain-Nelson has been with GMI since 2018, joining the company after 5+ years at FXCM as Head of Institutional Partnerships and Vice President – Institutional Sales.
Chris Hossain-Nelson said to FNG,
“I am delighted to take up my position as Executive Director of GMI UK and will be focused on maintaining and building relationships with our partners. I am excited about helping clients to leverage our fast execution, depth of liquidity, MT4 and MT5 white label and bridge solutions. Our powerful turnkey technology and liquidity bundled solution means we can offer tailored and comprehensive packages through a single vendor relationship.”
Zaid Alkhatib added,
“It’s an exciting time for the GMI UK and I’m looking forward to supporting the board to help continue to expand the business and further cement our commitment to corporate governance while improving our core operations to ensure enhanced client service and to ensure we deliver on our promise of system stability, speed of execution while driving innovation.”
Commenting on the responsibility GMI UK has to its clients and the new appointments, CEO Ashraf Ebid said:
“I am pleased to welcome Chris and Zaid to the GMI UK board as their extensive experience within the FX and CFD space will enhance our ability to continue to build on our success in providing liquidity and technology solutions to our institutional and retail brokerage clients”.