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CHARTERPRIME APPOINTS GLOBAL MANAGING PARTNERS

Charterprime Group has announced its latest executive move with General Manager Mathew Tate and Operations Manager Simon Stephen stepping into the role of Managing Partners as part of a global corporate restructure initiative.

Mr. Tate and Mr. Stephen will be looking to expand on the existing growth of the business. Charterprime has positioned itself as a leading broker within the Asia-Pacific market providing a range of tailored brokerage solutions for those seeking professional Over-The-Counter (OTC) derivatives services. The duo hold a wealth of experience stemming from a multitude of roles in the financial services and information technology industry throughout the Asia-Pacific region.


Mr. Tate announced: “We are honoured to continue to build on the existing successes of the Charterprime Group. Our unwavering focus will remain on growing our market share of our target niche within the Asia-Pacific as a quality, professional and trustworthy financial services provider.”
The opportunity to buy into the global reaching partnership was an easy decision for Charterprime’s present executive management team who see the long-term potential in the firm’s commitment to furthering a market leading offering, Finance Magnates has learned.

“The firm has experienced profound growth again this year, and we have some exciting announcements coming up in the next two quarters that align well in supporting our sustained vision as a business.” said Mr. Stephen.

 

 

Monday, 06 Jun, 2016 / 1:45

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