9 October 2019 - Tools For Brokers today announced that a long-serving member of the company, Baiana Kashaeva, has been promoted to Head of the company’s Cyprus office. Ivan Egorov takes over Kashaeva’s vacated role as Head of Sales. The company says the moves will continue Tools For Brokers’ rapid growth from its base in Cyprus, which covers the EMEIA region.
Having joined the company in 2013, Kashaeva has worked in a variety of positions over the past six years, including more than three years as Head of Sales, during which time the company has grown from start-up to global FinTech provider. Kashaeva initially made the move to Cyprus from Tools For Brokers’ former base in St. Petersburg to boost sales activities and promote new solutions including TFB’s PAMM, Business Intelligence and Trade Processor tools.
“Becoming Head of our Cyprus department is a logical continuation for me with a fantastic opportunity to drive the business forward,” Kashaeva said. “We have an extremely talented team, unique expertise, enormous technical background, and an exceptional offering for brokers of any size. Tools For Brokers strengthens brokers’ positions all over the globe and I am looking forward to the future with great confidence.”
Ivan Egorov, who has been with the business since May 2016, has been promoted from Key Account Manager to take over Kashaeva’s vacated role as Head of Sales. Egorov has come through the ranks at Tools For Brokers, starting out as a Junior Manager, before rising to his current position. He has also made the switch from St. Petersburg to Cyprus.
“I am very excited about playing a new significant role in driving Tools For Brokers forward alongside exceptionally talented and professional colleagues, as we continue to provide our customers with the best software and service on the market,” Ivan Egorov said.
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