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Exness Sees Departure of its Chief Customer Officer Damian Bunce

2024-02-09 Brokersview

Damian Bunce, Chief Customer Officer of Exness, a leading global multi-asset trading firm headquartered in Cyprus, has announced his departure from the company on social media.


"After close to 3.5 years at exness, I tendered my resignation last week and will start a new job and a new chapter in April," Bunce shared on his LinkedIn post. "Sometimes when joining a company as a top exec you get unlucky, you start when the company is in a hole and you can't turn it around fast enough. Sometimes you get lucky, you start when the rocket is ready for liftoff and at exness I got lucky riding an incredible growth period, many highs, (a few lows of course) but the most incredible business I ever saw since my days at Goldman Sachs. So many awesome people, great memories and always thankful for the experiences and learnings. Best of luck to exness and its people in the years ahead."


According to his LinkedIn profile, Bunce joined Exness in January 2021 as Chief Trading Officer and later became Chief Customer Officer in March 2023 after an internal reorganization. In this role, he was responsible for overseeing the trading products and risk management functions for Exness' B2C and B2B businesses, as well as participating in the company's marketing and branding efforts.


Before joining Exness, Bunce was Chief Commercial Officer at Saxo Bank, where he was a member of the Group's Board of Management, and also held key roles as Managing Director of FX & Commodities and Global Head of Electronic Markets at Sberbank, Russia's largest bank, from January 2012 to January 2018. 


Prior to his tenure at Sberbank, Bunce spent more than three years at Barclays Corporate & Investment Bank as Managing Director of the Equities Division, and Head of Electronic Trading EMEA and more than nine years at Goldman Sachs as Executive Director of the Equities Division and Head of Electronic Trading Distribution. 


Bunce's career began in September 1993 when he joined the Software Products Division of global technology giant IBM, where he worked for more than two years. In December 1995, he moved to Barings, a global investment management firm, where he served as the Director of the Securities Division for over four years.