Abstract：Yakout was previously PU Prime's Market Analysis Manager. His new role is based in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.
Mohanad Yakout, PU Primes Market Analysis Manager, has departed the online trading platform provider.
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Yakout has been hired as the Global Head of Market Research at One Pro Global, a Mauritius-based trader-focused fintech company.
He was PU Primes Head of Market Research, Middle East and North Africa (MENA) from September 2021 until March this year when he was appointed as Market Analysis Manager.
Yakout told Finance Magnates in an interview that his goal is to help the companys clients stand in the face of changing markets as a result of geopolitical instability and new economic trends.
“My vision is to properly and efficiently provide technical and economic analysis to our clients and traders so they can make informed investment decisions,” Yakout told Finance Magnates.
Moves in PU Prime
Mohamed Elsergany recently resigned from his position as the MENA Regional Director for PU Prime.
He noted his stepping down “will be an opportunity to hit reset and restart a new part of my life.”
“The time has come to bid farewell, and it is not easy to say goodbye. I started the journey with PU Prime a year ago with my team and was instrumental in building up PU Prime as a growing brand in the MENA region. I think it is the right time for me to take a break and start a new venture in my life,” Elsergany explained.
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