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Employment History

Managing Director

CMC Markets Plc

Managing Director

City Index Ltd

Chief Executive Officer

FX Solutions LLC

Provider CMC Markets' Managing Director

Contracts For Difference

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David Trew has become the ...

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David Trew has become the CEO of FX Solutions [http://www.fxsolutions.com ] LLC following a highly-successful period running City Index's Asia Pacific office, which witnessed substantial growth under his leadership. He previously headed up CMC Markets' Asia Pacific office, where he oversaw its growth from a start-up to a 350-employee business, spanning 11 offices in six countries and accounting for nearly 50 percent of the company's global revenues. Trew will be responsible for FX Solution's Americas business, overseeing the company's strategy for the region.


Management Team Re-focus at FX Solutions - Forex Trading Online - Forex Broker Rating - Forex Accounts

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David Trew, has become the CEO of FX Solutions LLC, while Michael Cairns becomes Managing Director of Middle East operations.

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Following a highly successful period running City Index's Asia Pacific ("APAC") office, David Trew, has become the CEO of FX Solutions LLC. Under Trew, City Index's APAC business has seen substantial growth, including a three-fold increase in new funded accounts year-on-year in Australia. His previous experience includes heading up CMC Markets' Asia Pacific office, where he oversaw its growth from a start-up to a 350-employee business, spanning 11 offices in six countries, and accounting for nearly 50 percent of the company's global revenues. Trew will be responsible for FX Solution's Americas business, overseeing the company's strategy for the region.


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David Trew, AVO and CMC Market's clients

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Last weekend The Australian had a report about the CMC Market's Australia Managing Director - David Trew having to take out an AVO (Apprehended Violence Order) for a client. I've heard pretty bad things (rumours only) about CMC Market's clients and CFD trading. Nothing substantial. I guess this client took it to the next level...
It's funny how the news report about David Trew and the frustrated CMC Markets client was written. The report actually made the front page of the broadsheet's weekend issue with a massive photo of David Trew himself. The report infers that there is something fishy going on but doesn't really point fingers. It highlights how one client has taken steps to vent his frustration of losing money from trading. Then it highlights how CFDs is a little "shonky"/"shoddy" because it isn't allowed in USA, and it was used by a collapsed broker. and I agree that contracts for difference are "one of the riskiest financial instruments on the market". They are a double edged sword. The article ends in a slightly twisted note of how Mr Trew is living large while this bloke is obviously suffering financially.


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David Trew, AVO and CMC Market's clients
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Last weekend The Australian had a report about the CMC Market's Australia Managing Director - David Trew having to take out an AVO (Apprehended Violence Order) for a client. I've heard pretty bad things (rumours only) about CMC Market's clients and CFD trading. Nothing substantial. I guess this client took it to the next level...
It's funny how the news report about David Trew and the frustrated CMC Markets client was written. The report actually made the front page of the broadsheet's weekend issue with a massive photo of David Trew himself. The report infers that there is something fishy going on but doesn't really point fingers. It highlights how one client has taken steps to vent his frustration of losing money from trading. Then it highlights how CFDs is a little "shonky"/"shoddy" because it isn't allowed in USA, and it was used by a collapsed broker. and I agree that contracts for difference are "one of the riskiest financial instruments on the market". They are a double edged sword. The article ends in a slightly twisted note of how Mr Trew is living large while this bloke is obviously suffering financially.


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City Index appoints David Trew to head its Asia Pacific business

Sydney, Australia, 08 October 2009
City Index, a global leader in Contracts for Difference, margined FX and spread betting, has announced the appointment of former Managing Director of CMC Markets, David Trew, to head up its Asia Pacific region office.
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Prior to joining City Index, Mr Trew was head of the CMC Markets Asia Pacific office for six years. He oversaw its growth from a start-up business with a headcount of six staff and a single office in Sydney, through to a 350-employee operation, spanning 11 offices in six countries, which today accounts for 40% of the group's global revenue.
Mr Trew's previous experience includes being the Director of Trading at CMC Markets in London and an FX Dealer at First National Bank of Chicago.
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We are committed to developing our business in Asia Pacific and David will be a crucial part of us realising our objectives there."
Simon Bird, Chief Operating Officer at City Index, said: "We see the hiring of David as pivotal to establishing City Index as the dominant force in Asia Pacific, and underlining our credentials as a global leader in the industry.
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David brings with him unrivalled experience and regional knowledge, and we are delighted to welcome him on board."
David Trew, Head of City Index Asia Pacific, added: "City Index already has a fantastic existing global platform and I'm looking forward to helping the company grow its Asia Pacific presence, and as a result, its global business."

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