Anish Satinder Joins BlackBull Markets as Head of FX and Metals

BlackBull Markets has secured Anish Satinder, to act as Head its FX and Metals division.

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Headquartered in Auckland, New Zealand, BlackBull Markets is a retail FX brokerage, offering financial services across the FX, CFD, and commodities sectors.

As part of the company’s expansionary efforts, BlackBull has onboarded Anish Satinder to manage the company’s FX and metals operations.

Mr. Satinder brings with him a sound financial background, highlighted by a one-year stint with ADS Securities, as a Sales Trader. His most recent position before joining BlackBull, was New Delhi based Asia Metal Exchange, where he served as a Director of Sales and Trading for more than three and a half years.

Further exemplifying his experience in the FX and Metals industries, was Mr. Satinder’s period of employment at Atom8. The London headquartered retail and institutional forex brokerage offers both spot FX trading, as well as FX services in an ECN capacity. Mr. Satinder’s official role with the company was classified as FX and Metals Sales Trader.

Prior to his time at Atom8, Mr. Satinder partook in two relatively short stints with UK based firms. He took a position as a Junior Accountant at e-Careers Limited, before departing to take on an Options Sales position at OneTwoTrade. The length of each of these tenures lasted 3 months and 10 months, respectively.

Mr. Satinder’s position as Director of Sales and Trading at Asia Metal Exchange, combined with his time at ADS Securities , were presumably leading contributors to the hiring decision by BlackBull Markets.

BlackBull Markets was established in 2014, with a goal of providing retail FX traders with access to institutional level offerings. According to the company website, BlackBull offers an ECN brokerage setting, permitting traders to open positions as large as 100 lots per trade.

The maximum leverage across any of the broker’s assets is 500:1, far exceeding recent levels of brokers that have adhered to regulators’ requests to minimize the risk capacity of its clients.

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