London, United Kingdom, July 17, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Mr. Roy Turpin’s appointment as the new Marketing Director is part of the major reshuffle of employees within the company as reported last month. Last June 24, 2012, Mr. Robert Campbell, Bridgestone Global Partners’ CEO and President signed the appointment of Mr. Turpin as the new Marketing Director. Expectedly, the new Marketing Director shall take responsibility of his post before the end of the July of the current year.
As part of his new job as the New Marketing Director. Mr. Turpin is given full responsibility for the entire viewpoints of marketing strategies that the Bridgestone Global Partners needs in order to provide quick yet quality and timely execution and delivery of services that every client needs. Mr. Turpin is also responsible in product branding as well as communications across the Bridgestone Global Partners’ Brokerage Trade and Services Group in some key areas worldwide as part of his job as supervisor of present outputs of the products and services. Under the new directive, Mr. Turpin will be under the immediate supervision of the Senior Vice President for Global Affairs of the company, Mr. Keith Davies.
Mr. Turpin has been in the brokerage and financial industry for more than 3 decades. For this reason, he has gained complete knowledge and expertise in this business industry which significantly merit him for his new job position. For nearly 20 years, Mr. Turpin has served the marketing aspect of the industry; the reason why he is capable of handling trading operation as well as trading systems worldwide. In his years of service in the industry, he also gained managerial experience both in domestic and international levels.
Brokerage product re-branding is one of the expertise of Mr. Roy Turpin as he has been in such field for most of his brokerage years. Accordingly, Roy Turpin believes that his re-branding experience will be his great edge over others as he endeavors to continue the same trading services under a new brokerage firm.
Just recently, in 2008, Mr. Roy Turpin joined the Bridgestone Global Partners. However, due to his extensive trainings, knowledge and experiences in brokerage trading operations, he was immediately posted as the firm’s Resident Trading Analyst. Under his new assignment, he is now focusing on the development of realistic and practical trading strategic sales relationships among clients worldwide.
Before he decided to be part of Bridgestone Global Partners in 2008, Roy Turpin was then a Chief Executive Officer of Private Client Services of one of the most respected New York based financial institutions. Prior to that, he also became a Senior Marketing and Trade Director of financial firms in New York.
Currently, Bridgestone Global Partners has net earnings of nearly $6 billion of accumulated assets serving more than 200,000 active clients worldwide. The Bridgestone Global Partners continues to strive for brokerage trading quality and distinction through broad-range of excellent trading services, low-cost trading execution services as well as information-based business trading solutions.