New forex broker in Cyprus is hiring – Sales, Marketing, MT4 and Social positions are available


A forex brokerage managed by an extremely experienced team is getting ready to start operating in Cyprus pending regulatory approval. How to Apply – email your CVs or refer friends to:


MT4 Developer/Administrator

Job Description

MT4 specialist to perform ongoing support and configuration of the MT4 servers and work with the third party software provider of the MT4 service.

Responsibilities include:

  • The successful candidate will be responsible to interact with the MT4 platform software provider and troubleshoot any issues that arise in the day-to-day operations of the client’s business that the provider is not able to address in time.
  • Reporting to the CEO you will also be a key member of the emerging IT team responsible for all trading activities, integrations and further trading technologies development.
  • The ideal candidate will ideally have at least one year MT4 server-side experience.
  • An attractive compensation package will be offered to the successful candidate.
  • You must be able to legally work in Cyprus.


  • MT4 Server-side and API experience
  • C/C++
  • MySQL
  • Preferably ERP/CRM integration experience


Senior Marketing/Affiliate Manager

Job Description

Marketing Manager who will be in charge of the brokerage’s marketing activities as well as Affiliate program and Social Presence. The Marketing Manager will be in charge of developing the online presence of the brokerage and expand the marketing team in Cyprus.

Responsibilities include:

  • Plan and execute a variety of online marketing and affiliate campaigns from scratch
  • Manage company’s social presence
  • Create end–to-end acquisition process including marketing, contact strategy, offer development, and messaging across multiple channels in cooperation with Sales
  • Identify and prioritize key opportunities for customer retention and process improvement among sales, support and operations channels
  • Analyze and report on effectiveness and ROI of new and ongoing programs making recommendations for improvements, expansion or terminating
  • Work with company’s IT team to develop better processes and integrate required technologies
  • Train and grow the Marketing, Affiliate and Social team to increase acquisition channels and online social presence
  • Travel between offices and train staff as required


  • 3+ years of forex marketing experience with a proven track record in developing effective conversion and cross-selling
  • Skilled at establishing and maintaining strong working relationships across the organization.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • You must be able to legally work in Cyprus

A very attractive compensation package (base + bonus) will be offered to the successful candidate.


Sales Executive

Experienced and highly motivated Sales Executive who will be in charge of all the brokerage’s Sales activities.

Responsibilities include:

  • Design and execute sales strategy
  • Recruit, train and grow brokerage’s Sales team
  • Work directly with IBs and affiliates as well as new and existing clients and be responsible for opening and initiating deliverable business
  • Liaison with prospects and clients across all levels to create new client accounts


  • 3+ years of forex high-level Sales experience
  • Book of institutional and IB clients
  • Sales orientated, and a team player that can lead a market
  • English + another language is a must
  • You must be able to legally work in Cyprus

A very attractive compensation package (base + bonus) will be offered to the successful candidate.


Social Media Manager

An experienced and highly motivated social media manager who will manage corporate social networking profiles and strategy.

Responsibilities include:

  • Develop social profiles on all major social networks to promote brand awareness
  • Stay on top of latest social media platforms, tools, and services
  • Serve as the formal representative with Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter and relevant forex forums and portals
  • Create threads, provide means of open discussions with clients and liaise with clients on questions and any public issues
  • Manage and oversee all aspects of social media product implementation. Work with cross-departmental teams as necessary


  • Minimum 2-3 years social media / social networking work experience
  • Knowledge of all social networks and functionalities
  • Must be passionate about the social media space and stay on top of emerging social media platforms. High degree of creativity desired
  • Forex or financial experience a plus
  • Excellent strategic, analytical and communication (verbal and written) skills a must

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15 Comments on this post


  1. Andy said:

    gmail address??

    It feels like there are a dozen or so cypriotic MT4 providers already. Is there still room left?

    By the way, why do they all register in Cyprus? Lax regulation, or favourable tax treatment?

    September 22nd, 2011 at 12:51 pm
  2. Michael Greenberg said:

    :) before you are authorized you are very limited as to what you can do and hence most websites are blocked until approval. and cyprus presents a well developed for forex gateway to europe

    September 22nd, 2011 at 2:34 pm
  3. John said:

    A gmail address also means they don’t have to give their company name away. They probably want to make sure their service/company is 100% ready and sexy before revealing itself to the masses.

    If I was younger and more mobile, I would totally be up for a job there. Cyprus sounds like a great place to live!

    September 27th, 2011 at 3:21 am
  4. Andy said:

    Cyprus is certainly nice for vacation, but living there? I dont know. Its sort of provincial. And lots of russians.

    I still dont get why so many set up in Cyprus. As far as FX is concerned, London is the center of the world, and clearly, if “well developed for forex” is the criteria, thats the place to be.

    September 27th, 2011 at 9:07 am
  5. MC said:


    1) Cyprus has only 10% corporate tax
    2) With a good accountant you can claim write-offs and returns so that your effective tax is around 2.5%
    3) Its part of the EU and therefore you can passport your license to any European country
    4) Large talent pool due to a very large forex community already present in the country.
    5) Setting up and operating a financial service company in Cyprus costs about 10% of what a London office of the same size would cost you (rent/ salaries/ taxes/ operating expenses are much higher in London)
    6) Dividends to shareholders of Cyprus based holding companies are not taxed.

    So given the above .. if you were starting a company where would you set it up?

    October 3rd, 2011 at 2:34 am
  6. Michael Greenberg said:

    i call this emphatic answer MC…

    October 3rd, 2011 at 8:00 am
  7. MC said:

    I could elaborate more if you want me to Michael … :)

    October 4th, 2011 at 3:06 am
  8. Michael Greenberg said:

    you never asked me before, now you start?

    October 4th, 2011 at 3:40 am
  9. MC said:

    I am just saying …

    October 4th, 2011 at 8:58 am
  10. fxanon said:

    Cyprus is the favored location for brokers operating out of Israel.
    With great techies and a large number of foreign nationals who speak all languages, this is the ideal place to unofficially run an FX operation.

    October 4th, 2011 at 2:15 pm
  11. Michael Alex said:

    FXANON – unofficially? Explain.

    October 4th, 2011 at 5:37 pm
  12. MC said:

    Unofficially = We are not from Israel … We are just a Cyprus company.

    October 5th, 2011 at 1:35 am
  13. Adil Siddiqui said:

    “fxanon said:
    Cyprus is the favored location for brokers operating out of Israel.
    With great techies and a large number of foreign nationals who speak all languages, this is the ideal place to unofficially run an FX operation.”

    Not just from Israel fxanon there are cypriot russian, italian, middle eastern; and soon the asian brokers will travel over, you are right about the fx ecosystem being present. i was in Cyprus in June and was pleasantly surprised about the way they have taken to the fx markets.

    October 5th, 2011 at 6:31 am
  14. Andy said:

    Ok, i understand. You can get an EU-passport on the cheap and it has favourable tax implications for the stakeholders. Still, from a reputational viewpoint and as a client, i would much prefer a London based firm.

    October 5th, 2011 at 1:43 pm
  15. Michael Greenberg said:

    it’s same regulation as everywhere in europe basically as it’s same mifid framework, cyprus became quite the hub for fx brokers also because of the readily available staff and facilities

    October 5th, 2011 at 2:06 pm

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