October 6, 2021 - United Fintech has announced the latest member of its growing team with the addition of Jeremey Gzaiel who has joined the company's London-based team as Senior Sales Executive. Jeremy will focus on growing the firm’s client base in French speaking territories.

He joins from JP Morgan, where he specialised in Emerging Markets Sales, helping institutional clients with solutions in credit, FX and equity derivatives. Prior to that, he worked at Commerzbank in Cross Asset Solutions Sales.

As a native French speaker, Jeremy’s initial sales focus at United Fintech will be on building a French speaking client-base including insurance companies, pension funds, hedge funds and asset managers. Jeremy Gzaiel joins a global team at United Fintech which consists of over 70 employees across five offices: London, Copenhagen, Berlin, Romania and the US.

United Fintech has announced several significant hires from Tier-1 banks recently: Jeff Dworin recently joined in Sales for the US from State Street to work under Mark Lawrence, who joined the firm in June from Goldman Sachs. In May, George Govier joined the firm from Goldman Sachs to work in Sales in London.

Tom Robinson, Partner and Head of Sales, United Fintech says, “Jeremy is another great hire for United Fintech as we continue to assemble a world-class sales team. His experience, relevant skills and multi-lingual capabilities will be a real asset to the organisation and we are delighted to welcome Jeremy to our EMEA Sales Team.”

Jeremy Gzaiel, Senior Sales Executive, United Fintech adds, “This is a fantastic career opportunity for me and I am very excited to be joining the United Fintech team, leveraging my knowledge and contacts to help United Fintech grow. From personal experience, I know this is ideal timing to be focusing on accelerating the digitisation of banks and hedge funds. United Fintech’s vision is extremely powerful, providing financial institutions with access to a one-stop-shop of fintechs specialising in capital markets.”

United Fintech acquires and scales innovative fintechs in capital markets, creating a go-to fintech platform that financial institutions can benefit from to accelerate their transition to a digital world.

The company has already acquired two fintech companies, taking a majority stake in Danish fintech company Netdania in November last year. Netdania provides market data, APIs, market terminals, charting components and full white-labels – whether web, mobile or desktop. In February this year, the company took a 25% stake in RegTech firm TTMZero.

United Fintech says that it plans to make "several" more acquisitions, and will work in partnership with the founders of each acquired fintech to optimise their businesses. United Fintech’s portfolio includes an extensive range of products focused on enhancing all aspects of banks’ and financial institutions’ capital markets operations.