ETX Capital strengthens board with Claire Hafner

ETX Capital, one of the leading spread betting brokers in the UK has announced that Claire Hafner will be joining the Board of Directors as an Independent non-Executive Director (“INED”) and will be chairing the Board’s Audit and Compliance Committee.

Claire Hafner serves as an INED on the Board of the West Bromwich Building Society. Most recently she was CFO and Board member of VocaLink. She has also served as FD of Eversheds, FD of the IT and Operations division at Barclays and CFO of BT Exact. Claire holds an ACA and trained and qualified at Ernst and Young. She has a Masters Degree from the Sorbonne in Languages and Economics

Over the last few years ETX Capital has been gradually taking business from the two top forex brokers IG and CMC Markets through marketing effective welcome bonuses for new clients.  New customers who open an account get a no deposit £20 in their account and can also claim up to £3,750 based on cash deposits.

John Wilson, Executive Chairman, commented;

“Claire has significant experience in senior level financial positions for large corporations but has also worked at CFO in FinTech and this blend of experience fits well with ETX Capital. She has a good understanding of corporate governance which will be particularly important in her role as chairperson for the Audit and Compliance Committee.”



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