August 4, 2020 - Gold-i has announced today 3 new appointments to the company: Isabella Mannucci has joined Gold-i’s sales team from GMO, Thomas Goff has joined as Junior Operations Analyst, working with Gold-i’s Support and Operations teams, and Grace Butler has been appointed as Marketing Administrator.
Mannucci spent 18 months at GMO, initially as Relationship Manager in GMO’s retail business, GMO-Z.com Trade UK and more recently in institutional sales e-FX and CFDs for Global Markets. Her focus at Gold-i will be on global sales opportunities and developing strategic partnerships with initial priorities being the promotion of Gold-i’s suite of products to the EMEA region.
Isabella Mannucci commented, “I wanted to join an ambitious, well-known and respected company within the FX industry and be part of an organisation which is renowned for its high levels of client service. Gold-i was an ideal match - I admire the company ethos and strong focus on innovation and am excited to be joining the Gold-i team.”
Tom Higgins, CEO, Gold-i commented, “Isabella is a great addition to the team, with experience in client relationship management and onboarding for both retail and institutional clients. She is one of three new team members of the Gold-i team across our sales, marketing and operations functions and I’d like to welcome them all as we continue to focus on growth in existing markets and opportunities in new markets.”
Thomas Goff role as Junior Operations Analyst will see him working with Gold-i’s Support and Operations teams, assisting with client queries as well as performing installs and upgrades across all Gold-i products.
Grace Butler has been appointed as Marketing Administrator, with previous experience from media planning and PR agencies, predominantly in the cyber security sector.
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