FxPro looking for new UK office head as Conor O’Driscoll resigns

Conor ODriscoll FxPro

LeapRate has learned that Conor O’Driscoll, Deputy CEO and COO at FxPro UK, has departed the company, leading to an executive search to replace him.

Mr. O’Driscoll was promoted to his position effectively heading the operations of Cyprus-based FxPro’s FCA licensed business in London in early 2017, as was exclusively reported at the time on LeapRate. He had been with FxPro since 2012, beginning as an FX Dealer, moving up to be named Assistant Chief Dealer in 2014. Before joining FxPro Mr. O’Driscoll was a Prime Brokerage Account Manager with BAXTER Financial Services Ltd. He holds a Masters in Finance degree from The Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School at University College Dublin.

This marks the second recent senior executive departure at FxPro UK, with the company’s Chief Sales Officer Ed Anderson recently moving to FX prime broker Price Markets, also exclusively reported at LeapRate.

FxPro has been growing its presence in the all-important UK Forex market, with FxPro UK 2017 Revenues up 36% to £4.4 million, and volumes topping $156 billion.

An FxPro spokesperson commented to LeapRate:

Conor left FxPro to explore new ventures. The operations will be handled by the existing highly experienced FxPro UK team, with the head being announced some time down the line.

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