MANAGING Partner

Mark J Smith spent his professional career at the heart of the global capital markets. With an accumulated experience that spans over 20 years, Mark is regarded as a prominent financial markets economist with senior-level executive experience which includes serving for private companies and financial institution. His In-depth knowledge of FX operations and high managerial skills brought Mark to a managing partner position at London based Unison Corporation in 2012. With a very clear mission and vision, Mark aims to lead Unison Corporation to greater heights with presence across the globe as one the world’s leading financial services provider.

SOUTH EAST ASIARepresentative

With 20 years of working experience in the financial industry, Julian started his career specializing in the analysis and research of foreign exchange, precious metals, cryptocurrencies and commodities. He has gained vast experience from a number of foreign exchange and precious metal traders as an institutional trader, chief analyst, strategist and other positions, and the years has gained him wealth of knowledge in trading approaches. In 2013, he joined Meraki by Unison Corporation as the manager of the Technical Resources department, setting visions and formulating strategies in sync with technology, and leading the overall technical direction. Commenting on his new role, Julian Richardson said: Integration of fundamental transparency with emerging technology enhances the partnership between brokers and their esteemed clients.

A Message from

MANAGEMENT

The financial industry is facing both the requirements of steady growth and the arduous task of pioneering and innovating. We will usher in a new round of reforms and a new era of transformation and development.

  • Building the ability of the middle and to become the industry consensus
  • Customer insight becomes the key to competition
  • Market-oriented reforms accelerate
  • Capital market opening triggers competition for talent
  • Consumer finance challenges and opportunities coexist
  • Customer structure change brings upgrade of investment demand

MANAGING Partner

MANAGING Partner

Mark J Smith spent his professional career at the heart of the global capital markets. With an accumulated experience that spans over 20 years, Mark is regarded as a prominent financial markets economist with senior-level executive experience which includes serving for private companies and financial institution. His In-depth knowledge of FX operations and high managerial skills brought Mark to a managing partner position at London based Unison Corporation in 2012. With a very clear mission and vision, Mark aims to lead Unison Corporation to greater heights with presence across the globe as one the world’s leading financial services provider.

SOUTH
EAST ASIA
Representative

SOUTH EAST ASIARepresentative

With 20 years of working experience in the financial industry, Julian started his career specializing in the analysis and research of foreign exchange, precious metals, cryptocurrencies and commodities. He has gained vast experience from a number of foreign exchange and precious metal traders as an institutional trader, chief analyst, strategist and other positions, and the years has gained him wealth of knowledge in trading approaches. In 2013, he joined Meraki by Unison Corporation as the manager of the Technical Resources department, setting visions and formulating strategies in sync with technology, and leading the overall technical direction. Commenting on his new role, Julian Richardson said: Integration of fundamental transparency with emerging technology enhances the partnership between brokers and their esteemed clients.

A Message from

MANAGEMENT

The financial industry is facing both the requirements of steady growth and the arduous task of pioneering and innovating. We will usher in a new round of reforms and a new era of transformation and development.

  • Building the ability of the middle and to become the industry consensus
  • Customer insight becomes the key to competition
  • Market-oriented reforms accelerate
  • Capital market opening triggers competition for talent
  • Consumer finance challenges and opportunities coexist
  • Customer structure change brings upgrade of investment demand