Gain Capital’s GTX adds Sal Provenzano, Alberto Mellone to global sales team

Gain Capital Holdings Inc (NYSE:GCAP), an online trading expert, announced today that its institutional FX business GTX has appointed two senior executives to its global sales team as the firm seeks to further strengthen and expand its offering in the sector.

Sal Provenzano and Alberto Mellone, who both have significant Forex industry experience, have joined as Senior Institutional Salespersons in GTX’s global sales team. Mr Provenzano will be based in GTX’s New Jersey office, whereas AlbertoMellone will be based in Barcelona. They will both report directly to John Miesner, who was appointed as Global Head of Sales at GTX in January this year.

UnknownSal Provenzano has a distinguished career of more than 25 years in the forex industry. He joins from Velocity Trade, a global institutional and corporate forex broker, where he was Head of Institutional FX for the Americas region. Before this, he held a range of senior level positions with global brokerage firms and large commercial and investment banks, including ABN AMRO and Prudential Bache, where he was Global Head of FX Prime Brokerage.

Alberto Mellone previously worked at FXCM Pro where he held a senior management position in its institutional sales team. Prior to FXCM, he was a key member of Rosenthal Collins Group’s institutional forex sales team based in London and previously held senior positions at Bloomberg and JP Morgan, working in trading solutions and credit solutions respectively.

John Miesner, Global Head of Sales of GTX, said:

“We are thrilled to welcome Sal and Alberto to GTX. Their tremendous collective experience working at the highest level of international forex and trading will help form a critical component of our global sales capability at a time when the business is undergoing one of its strongest periods of growth. We are confident that Sal and Alberto will contribute significantly to our continued expansion.”

To view the official announcement by Gain Capital, click here.

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