Bobby Winters Becomes New FXPIG CEO
Bobby Winters Joins FXPIG as CEO
A new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) joins FXPIG. Bobby Winters, a veteran of the online trading industry joined the company on the 1st of February, 2020. Bobby Winters, who is based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia will be replacing Kevin Murcko, the companies former CEO. Bobby joins FXPIG with more than 15 years of FX industry experience under his belt.
Kevin Murcko has been heavily engaged in crypto exchange startup CoinMetro for some time now. According to the FXPIG website, Kevin remains part of the management team. CoinMetro launched in 2018 after raising more than €11 million in an ICO.
Bobby Winters left Charterprime, where according to his Linkedin profile he was the Head of Institutional Sales for the Asia Pacific region since January of 2017. Charterprime is a New Zealand based forex broker. He started his career in 2004 as a Private Client Intern at Morgan Stanley. Following this, he spent time at high profile companies such as Forex Capital Markets (FXCM), Deutsche Bank, Boston Technologies and Atom8 in varying roles.
Bobby Winters commented on his motivation to leave Charterprime and join FXPIG, stating: “I’ve always known FXPIG as having an amazing brand and a truly transparent approach to the spot fx market, something which I’ve always admired. Running a retail brokerage has always been a long-term goal of mine, so this was the perfect opportunity.” He then elaborated; “Moving forward I’m most excited to expand the business further and you’ll see many updates to our price feeds, available pairs, and technology partners in the upcoming months,”