The Alpari Group has appointed of Daniel Skowronski, former managing director of Currenex, to its executive management team. Skowronski is taking the newly created role of global chief commercial officer as well as the Alpari (US) chief executive officer. He will be responsible for driving the company’s global expansion plans and spearheading major new technology initiatives to stimulate the position of Alpari in foreign investment markets worldwide.
Skowronski has over 18 years experience in the foreign exchange (FX) business market. As MD at Currenex, he was the driving force in developing and delivering key technological innovations for the company’s retail solutions. Currently based in the New York office, he plans to relocate to the global head office in London by the end of the summer.
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