SYDNEY--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Invast recently welcomed on board their newest addition, Jimmy Pan, as the business focuses on the launch of their latest Forex systems trading platform, ST24, to complement both MT4 and cTrader platforms. Jimmy has taken up the role of Associate Director, Private Client Team as Invast continues to focus on building the team in their Sydney office.
CEO, Brendan Gunn of http://www.invast.com.au stated “We are very excited to bring Jimmy on board, having worked with him for 4 years previously and knowing the calibre or work he has produced, his internal drive and passion for the markets. Jimmy has over 8 years’ experience in the financial markets and has worked for some of the largest CFD and Forex companies in Australia during the time at which the CFD industry was growing in excess of 50 per cent per year.”
Jimmy’s acquisition was more of a strategic move to coincide with the launch of Invast Australia’s ST24 platform for the first time outside of Japan. ST24 is a Forex systems trading platform that allows traders to choose from over 6,000 Forex trading strategies that have all met the strict criteria set out by Invast and has garnered over 60,000 accounts in the first 2 years.
Jimmy’s main role will be to work specifically with the sales and the customer support team, to create a robust client user experience, allowing traders to find the most ideal trading product for their particular situation.
“Making the switch to a new company is never easy but my mind was put at ease with the financial backing of Invast Japan, who have been around for over 50 years and are publicly listed, plus the experience of their Sydney staff and their focus on new technology for both new and experienced traders,” commented Jimmy.
For more information on Invast and to view a short 90 second video overview of the new ST24 platform, go to http://www.invast.com.au/st24
Invast Financial Services Pty Ltd (ABN 48 162 400 035) is authorised and regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, and holds an AFS licence 438283.