Fintech Recruiter CityExecutive Taps Khan for EMEA, Asia

A former client of CityExecutive's recruitment search services, Khan will help the company grow its business in the EMEA and Asia-Pacific regions.

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CityExecutive, a recruitment firm specializing in fintech and data appointments, has hired Maroof Khan as managing director, responsible for building up the company’s business in the Asia-Pacific and EMEA regions.

Khan—who in the past was a client of the firm’s executive search business—was most recently director of sales at Tora Trading in Singapore, where he also previously worked as VP of business development for Southeast Asia at FlexTrade, as a sales executive for trading solutions at

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