CFI opens London office headed by former Fixi CEO Richard Wynn

CFI london Launched

Credit Financier Invest (CFI) Ltd has announced today the launching of its branch in the UK, after acquiring the necessary regulatory authorisations (which we had reported on in June) and the completion of other preparations.

CFI’s offices will be located at 70 Gracechurch Street, London. CFI has chosen to be located in the city’s financial district, recognised globally as a distinguished market place.

Richard Wynn CFI

Richard Wynn, CFI

As Manager of its London branch, CFI has engaged Richard Wynn who has over 30 years of experience in the FX and trading industry. His latest position was CEO of Fixi PLC. He has also held several key positions in several renowned companies most notably as Head of Institutional FX at MF Global Ltd.

The founders and Managing Directors of CFI Financial Group Holding, Hisham Mansour and Eduardo Fakhoury said:

We are glad to launch our offices today in the city of London, the heart of the main global hub for the FX trading business. We would like to officially welcome Richard with us on the team and look forward to make this a great success for our Group.

From his side, Richard Wynn said:

I am thrilled to be joining the CFI family. It was important for me to be part of a company that not only understands, but adapts to a rapidly changing market. CFI has a strong background and long experience of client service, something akin to my own experience. The London branch gives CFI and its clients some wonderful opportunities.

Credit Financier Invest (CFI) Ltd is part of CFI Financial Group Holding which traces its origins to a private banking department established within a sister firm in Lebanon, Credit Financier in 1998. The first entity within the Group, namely Credit Financier Invest Sal., was established in 2005 after a spin off separating the trading business from the credit business. Since then, CFI has served thousands of clients executing over 2 Million trades. Today, the group has offices and regulated entities in Beirut, Amman, Dubai, Larnaca and now in London.

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