Fullerton Markets, one of the fastest-growing brokerages in the Asia Pacific, today announced the appointment of Rahul Sodhy as its new Chief Executive Officer. An industry veteran in the world of global online trading, Rahul brings with him over 15 years of experience in the financial services sector and over 23 years overall experience as a thought leader and business builder.
A key executive in a previous global brokerage, Rahul was its Vice President from 2009 to 2016 and was instrumental for the company in grooming new talents and building key partnerships all over Asia.
Said Rahul, "It's an absolute honour to head the talented team at Fullerton Markets. I've seen the company grow from strength to strength over the years and I'm really excited to lead us even further into the future as a world-class multi-asset brokerage."
Mario Singh, who founded Fullerton Markets in 2016 and will now be the non-executive chairman of the company, added, "Our winning culture revolves around passion, excellence, commitment, sustainability, speed, and service. When it comes to sustainability, leadership renewal is important so that fresh ideas can be implemented. I am beyond excited to have Rahul lead us bigger and stronger on the global stage."
About Fullerton Markets International Limited
Fullerton Markets is an award-winning broker recognised for being a disruptive force in the trading industry. Committed to delivering unparalleled safety of funds, lightning-speed execution, and a reliable system of wealth creation, it offers its global clients direct access to the world’s financial market and promises price stability at competitive rates through its tier-one liquidity providers. Equipping clients with the necessary tools and knowledge, Fullerton Markets empowers traders to effectively compete in the market.
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