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Leading online broker GO Markets has hired ex-Pepperstone Head of Market Risk, Peter Spanos. Peter has joined GO Markets as Head of Risk & Product Development, flagging a new era of growth for the Australian-founded broker.
Spanos said of his new position, “It’s exciting to work at a company with a supportive culture. GO Markets has big plans for the future, with some notable key hires recently. I look forward to helping the company on that journey. It’s a great place to be, surrounded by lots of very talented people.”
Spanos started out at IG 15 years ago, as Senior Quoting Dealer / Market Maker. He then moved to CMC Markets as Volatility Risk Manager, and most recently Head of Market Risk at Pepperstone, a role he’d held since 2018.
GO Markets Director, Khim Khor said, “It’s great to have Peter on board. He has a wealth of experience and fits well into the culture at GO Markets. We are very optimistic about what the future holds.”
Several key personnel from Pepperstone have moved to GO Markets in the last 3 years, including GO Markets’ current Chief Marketing Officer, Head of Design, and their recently hired Senior Premium Client Manager.
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