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James Hughes’ Bold Move from Scope Markets to Prezco Sparks Fresh Possibilities

James Hughes' Bold Move from Scope Markets to Prezco

Highlights:

  • James Hughes, former Chief Marketing Officer of Scope Markets, has left the company to embark on a new venture.
  • His new venture, Prezco, based in London, specializes in providing content solutions for the financial services industry.

James Hughes, who served as the Chief Marketing Officer of Scope Markets, has decided to leave the company to pursue a new venture. In an email sent to Finance Magnates, Hughes mentioned that he is starting a new venture to make use of his over 20 years of experience in the global brokerage industry.

Hughes’ New Venture

Regarding his next move, Hughes expressed that he understands the educational importance of content in this market. He stated that he plans to build on his own experience and utilise the knowledge of others to create various multi-asset, multi-format products and services.

These offerings, collectively, will provide a distinctive, comprehensive, and tailored solution for individuals seeking to enhance their profile through market commentary, messaging, positioning, and branding services. He has started a new venture named Prezco. Prezco is situated in London and specialises in providing content solutions for the financial services industry.

They focus on creating FX/CFD market content, broker educational videos, written market analysis, and social media-optimized content. Tony Cross, who has been running the PR agency Monk Communications for the past 20 years, co-founded the new venture. Monk Communications has Scope Markets as one of its clients.

An Illustrious Career

Before leaving earlier this year, James Hughes worked as the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of Retail FX and CFDs broker Scope Markets. He joined Scope Markets in 2019. Before that, James held positions as the Chief Market Strategist at Axi from 2017 to 2019, at GKFX from 2015 to 2017, at eToro in 2015, and at Alpari UK from 2011 to 2015. His career started at CMC Markets, where he spent nine years from 2002 to 2011 in various trading and analysis roles.

Last month, while James was still with them, Scope Markets opened a new branch in Nabatieh, Lebanon, to keep up with the growing demand for their services in the area. This new branch is the fourth of its kind and was launched by a brokerage firm in Lebanon.