Global FinTech company Gold-i has just announced that it has appointed Joy Li as its new Head of Business Development for the Asia Pacific region. Li has been with the company for a year now. Prior to Gold-i, she worked for Israeli vendor Leverate.
Li will be reporting directly into Gold-i’s Chief Commercial Officer, Julian Elliott, and will focus on new business opportunities amongst start-up and established financial entities in both emerging markets, such as Thailand and Vietnam as well as more mature markets such as Singapore and Australia.
Julian Elliott commented on the news:
We are seeing significant activity from across the region – not only for our MT4 Bridge and MT5 Gateway but also our MAM Pro and Visual Edge business intelligence tool – both of which are available in Chinese. Our multi-asset liquidity management platform, Matrix, is also proving popular, particularly amongst more established financial entities. Joy will help us to capitalise on these opportunities and extend our Matrix NETwork.
Joy has proved to have exceptional business acumen, a strong rapport with clients and has built up an excellent knowledge about our technology and the market. Her promotion is very well deserved.
Joy Li added:
I will be covering a range of countries in my new role, some more developed than others – and am confident that, with the range of products in Gold-i’s portfolio, we have solutions to match any requirement a financial entity may have at whatever stage of their lifecycle.
Since joining Gold-i, I have learned so much about the industry, the technology and how we can help to transform a client’s business. In my new role as Head of Business Development in APAC, I am looking forward to getting immersed into different markets – all of which have their unique characteristics and requirements. I will be able to utilise my knowledge and experience to create tailored solutions for each client.
Gold-i specialises in multi-asset liquidity management, advanced risk management tools and business intelligence software. The global FinTech company, which has offices in the UK, Shanghai and Australia, also offers a range of MT4/MT5 plug-ins to enhance the capabilities of the MetaTrader platforms.