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Webull names Anthony Denier Group President, leading the way in finance

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  • Anthony Denier has been appointed as the Group President of Webull, a commission-free trading platform.
  • Denier will oversee the company’s regulated businesses, including broker-dealers, and will focus on expanding the company’s operations and improving corporate governance and compliance efforts.

Webull, a leading commission-free trading platform, has announced the appointment of Anthony Denier as its Group President. Denier, who previously served as the US CEO of Webull, will now be responsible for managing the company’s regulated businesses across the globe. This includes overseeing all licensed broker-dealers within the company.

Denier has been with Webull for over six years and has a proven track record of delivering results for the company. In his new role, he will continue to accelerate the company’s initiatives, such as expanding its US headquarters and securing access to capital markets worldwide.

Denier will also be responsible for managing Webull’s external communications, amplifying corporate governance, and enhancing global compliance efforts and culture. He will work closely with the company’s team to develop innovative offerings and create seamless trading experiences for users.

Webull provides retail investors with 24/7 access to financial markets worldwide. The platform allows users to trade global stocks, ETFs, options, and fractional shares. It is currently available in multiple countries, including the United States, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, South Africa, Japan, Mexico, Brazil, and Canada.

Webull’s appointment of Anthony Denier as Group President is expected to further strengthen the company’s position in the industry and support its growth plans. Denier’s extensive experience and leadership skills will be crucial in driving the company’s expansion and ensuring its continued success.

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