LIMASSOL, Cyprus, Oct. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- European online trading broker, Kawase, has appointed a new CEO by the name of Alex Katsaros who looks set to take the company to exciting new heights. This significant shake up in management also coincides with a major online rebrand which includes an innovative new logo and a sharper, more intuitive website.
New CEO appointed
With a BA in Accounting and Information Technology as well as an MBA specialising in Finance, Mr. Katsaros, started his career as a professional trader in various brokerage firms, before moving onto FX trading in a Luxemburg-based hedge fund. He continued his career as the Head of Product Development for the globally-successful, multi-asset trading platform cTrader, producing cTrader, cAlgo, cTrader Mobile and cMirror.
Mr. Katsaros holds numerous licenses and professional certifications such as CISI's Investment Management certificate as well as the CySec Advanced licence which covers all investment services.
Speaking of becoming the Kawase CEO during this time of change, Mr Katsaros said: "I am very honoured and excited to expand our services and introduce Kawase's ethos, transparency and great service to more clients around the globe.
"My vision is for Kawase to be the leading cTrader broker by leveraging our deep understanding of the platform. Our efforts will be focused around our core values: fairness, transparency, innovative technology and high quality support."
Rebranded with a new logo and website
Kawase has also taken steps to ensure their online branding is on point revealing a smart new logo and a sharp, interactive website with a much cleaner design. Featuring updated, easy-to-read content and information that's simple to find, the usability of Kawase's site has been greatly improved allowing visitors to navigate the world of multi-asset trading more efficiently.
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