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Deutsche Bank, Circle, Exness and more Executive Moves of the Week

Another week passes by in the month of June and we see a huge drop in new executive roles being allocated this week in the forex, crypto and fintech industries. Let’s review the few executives that have taken on new roles and challenges in our executive moves roundup of the week.

Deutsche Bank’s
Asia-Pacific Head Departs

Jin Yee
Young, the appointed Head of Deutsche Bank’s private banking segment for the
Asia Pacific region since January, has recently chosen to depart from the
organization. His exit was made known via an internal memo that came to light
on Thursday.

His vacated
role is to be filled by Marco Pagliara, effective immediately, who will assume
control over emerging markets, including the Asia Pacific, the Middle East, and Latin America. Pagliara is not new to Deutsche Bank, having
joined the German financial institution in 2019.

Circle Onboards Former CFTC Chair

Stablecoin issuer Circle has announced the appointment of Heath Tarbert as the new Chief Legal Officer and Head of Corporate, effective from 1 July 2023. The appointment came after Circle obtained a payment institution license in Singapore.

“As we continue building a bridge between traditional finance and Web3, Heath’s perspective, legal acumen, and global regulatory experience will help us advance the utility value of USDC worldwide,” said Jeremy Allaire, Circle’s Co-Founder and CEO.

Tarbert will join Circle from Citadel Securities Group, where he has been the Chief Legal Officer for the past two years. He was also the Chair and Chief Executive of the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission. He also served for a couple of years in roles at the US Department of the Treasury.

Exness Names New Global Head of Talent Acquisition

Cyrus-headquartered Exness promoted Mark Harrison as the Global Head of Talent Acquisition. He joined the broker in September 2017 and previously held the Head of Talent Acquisition role.

“I am truly honored to have this incredible opportunity to lead our global strategic initiatives and drive the recruitment efforts that will enable us to attract and acquire top talent from all around the world,” Harrison added.

“This promotion marks a significant milestone in my career, and I am eager to take on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.”

Harrison had a long career in the recruitment field and was part of the human resource team at the Finance Accreditation Agency, Citi, Huawei, and a few others.

Your Bourse Chooses New HR
Manager

Your Bourse
announced today (Tuesday) it is appointing Tetiana Dmitrieva as a new Human
Resources (HR) Manager. In her previous post, Dmitrieva was working as an HR
Recruiter for Fxview and served at Tixee in the past. She brings seven
years of experience in sales and human resources; however, she has been
involved with the investment industry for the last year.

“Today,
I am thrilled to announce a significant step in my professional journey. I have
made the decision to change both company and position, and I couldn’t be more
excited about the opportunities that lie ahead,” Dmitrieva wrote on her
LinkedIn profile.

Binance Appoints Rachel Conlan as VP of Global Marketing

Binance has
appointed Rachel Conlan as the Vice President of Global Marketing to manage
regional and global marketing teams, the
crypto exchange announced on June 5.

In her new role,
Conlan would “introduce more people to the blockchain, familiarizing them with
Binance, and collectively building this very early-stage industry,” Binance’s Co-Founder, Yi He said. With experience heading Global Partnerships at CAA
Sports and as a Global Chief Marketing Officer for Havas, Conlan is expected to
steer Binance’s partnerships.

Her work would
also include collaborating with influential leaders on the role of cryptocurrencies
and blockchain technology, Binance said.

CAPEX.com Promotes George Pavel

CAPEX.com has filled the role of General Manager of its Abu Dhabi office with the internal promotion of George Pavel. He was previously the Head of Partnerships and spent the last six years with the FX/CFDs broker.

“In this role, I’ll be leading a talented team and working to drive growth and innovation for the company,” Pavel wrote in a Linkedin post.

CAPEX.com received an in-principal Abu Dhabi crypto license last year. Additionally, it is regulated in Cyprus, South Africa, and Seychelles. Furthermore, the platform expanded its services earlier this year by launching real shares dealing.

Another week passes by in the month of June and we see a huge drop in new executive roles being allocated this week in the forex, crypto and fintech industries. Let’s review the few executives that have taken on new roles and challenges in our executive moves roundup of the week.

Deutsche Bank’s
Asia-Pacific Head Departs

Jin Yee
Young, the appointed Head of Deutsche Bank’s private banking segment for the
Asia Pacific region since January, has recently chosen to depart from the
organization. His exit was made known via an internal memo that came to light
on Thursday.

His vacated
role is to be filled by Marco Pagliara, effective immediately, who will assume
control over emerging markets, including the Asia Pacific, the Middle East, and Latin America. Pagliara is not new to Deutsche Bank, having
joined the German financial institution in 2019.

Circle Onboards Former CFTC Chair

Stablecoin issuer Circle has announced the appointment of Heath Tarbert as the new Chief Legal Officer and Head of Corporate, effective from 1 July 2023. The appointment came after Circle obtained a payment institution license in Singapore.

“As we continue building a bridge between traditional finance and Web3, Heath’s perspective, legal acumen, and global regulatory experience will help us advance the utility value of USDC worldwide,” said Jeremy Allaire, Circle’s Co-Founder and CEO.

Tarbert will join Circle from Citadel Securities Group, where he has been the Chief Legal Officer for the past two years. He was also the Chair and Chief Executive of the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission. He also served for a couple of years in roles at the US Department of the Treasury.

Exness Names New Global Head of Talent Acquisition

Cyrus-headquartered Exness promoted Mark Harrison as the Global Head of Talent Acquisition. He joined the broker in September 2017 and previously held the Head of Talent Acquisition role.

“I am truly honored to have this incredible opportunity to lead our global strategic initiatives and drive the recruitment efforts that will enable us to attract and acquire top talent from all around the world,” Harrison added.

“This promotion marks a significant milestone in my career, and I am eager to take on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.”

Harrison had a long career in the recruitment field and was part of the human resource team at the Finance Accreditation Agency, Citi, Huawei, and a few others.

Your Bourse Chooses New HR
Manager

Your Bourse
announced today (Tuesday) it is appointing Tetiana Dmitrieva as a new Human
Resources (HR) Manager. In her previous post, Dmitrieva was working as an HR
Recruiter for Fxview and served at Tixee in the past. She brings seven
years of experience in sales and human resources; however, she has been
involved with the investment industry for the last year.

“Today,
I am thrilled to announce a significant step in my professional journey. I have
made the decision to change both company and position, and I couldn’t be more
excited about the opportunities that lie ahead,” Dmitrieva wrote on her
LinkedIn profile.

Binance Appoints Rachel Conlan as VP of Global Marketing

Binance has
appointed Rachel Conlan as the Vice President of Global Marketing to manage
regional and global marketing teams, the
crypto exchange announced on June 5.

In her new role,
Conlan would “introduce more people to the blockchain, familiarizing them with
Binance, and collectively building this very early-stage industry,” Binance’s Co-Founder, Yi He said. With experience heading Global Partnerships at CAA
Sports and as a Global Chief Marketing Officer for Havas, Conlan is expected to
steer Binance’s partnerships.

Her work would
also include collaborating with influential leaders on the role of cryptocurrencies
and blockchain technology, Binance said.

CAPEX.com Promotes George Pavel

CAPEX.com has filled the role of General Manager of its Abu Dhabi office with the internal promotion of George Pavel. He was previously the Head of Partnerships and spent the last six years with the FX/CFDs broker.

“In this role, I’ll be leading a talented team and working to drive growth and innovation for the company,” Pavel wrote in a Linkedin post.

CAPEX.com received an in-principal Abu Dhabi crypto license last year. Additionally, it is regulated in Cyprus, South Africa, and Seychelles. Furthermore, the platform expanded its services earlier this year by launching real shares dealing.

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