The CFD and FX broker based in Australia, Pacific union Group has confirmed the appointment of Mohamed Elsergany as the new Head of Service Center in the MENA Region. Before this new appointment, Mohamed Elsergany has served as the Regional Director of the MENA region at CJC Markets for more than a year.
In addition, as revealed on his LinkedIn profile, the new Head of Service Center for Pacific Union Group in the MENA Region has worked for close to four years in Tickmill as Business Development Partner, which is a CFD and FX broker that has its headquarter in Cyprus.
Also, as noted in his profile, the majority of his professional background is around the field of Business Development in the financial industry. Before he got the job at Tickmill, Mohamed Elsergany has worked as a Business Development Partner in FX Solutions. The new Pacific Union Group Employee who is based in Egypt has spent some time in Swissquote, Forex.com, BMFN, and MIG Bank, with his cumulative career in the financial sector up to date spanning through 12 years.
The educational profile of Mohamed Elsergany shows he bagged a bachelor’s degree in e-Commerce.
The recent Executive Moves by Some Major Banks
The last few months have a record of executive shifts in the financial industry, especially in the MENA region by some major banks specifically. For instance, Saxo Bank announced recently that the firm onboarded the former regional manager of HSBC, Damiam Hitchen, as the new CEO of the company in the MENA region.
This newly appointed CEO of the firm in the MENA region will work closely with the Chief Sales Officer of the company, Stig Christensen, reporting directly to him. Damian Hitchen will have his office at the regional office of Saxo Bank in Dubai. He will see to the growth of the firm in that region.
Also, in August, Barclays Plc announced the appointment of Davide Sala as the new Head of Industrials M&A and Managing Director for EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa). The vast experience of Sala in the financial sector for over 22 years at Credit Suisse in New York and London is quite an applaudable one. He has focused his financial career on rendering advice on M&A and clients financing in the industrial space.