Finalto Picks Jeremy Schlachter and Ron Hoffman to Lead Directive Roles

Finalto Trading Limited has appointed two new executives to take the roles of Director and Finance Director. According to documents filed before the UK Companies House, Jeremy Samuel Schlachter has been selected as a Finance Director of the financial services division of Playtech (LSE: PTEC). At the same time, Ron Hoffman was chosen as the Director of the firm.

Schlachter, born in Israel, has been working for Playtech since 2008, where he joined the team as Assistant Controller. Afterward, the new Finalto’s finance director was promoted to Controller and then took the lead of the finance department as Head of Finance in 2013, according to his LinkedIn profile. Before this appointment, Schlachter was serving as Vice President of Finance at Playtech.

Among his professional background before joining Playtech includes having worked as CPA for BDO Israel for two years since 2006, and as Sales and Customer Relation Representative for DavidShield between 2004 and 2006. He earned a degree in Accounting and Economics from the Ruppin Academic Center.

On the other hand, Hoffman, also from Israel, has been serving as CEO of TradeTech Group since 2015. During his tenure at Playtech, he joined the team in 2010, where he worked as CFO of Sciplay, and then developed his career as VP of Finance and Chief Finance Officer until 2016, according to his LinkedIn profile. In terms of his educational background, the new Finalto’s Director earned an MBA in Finance and Accounting from the Tel Aviv University.

Recent Executive Moves from Finalto

As of press time, there is no official announcement from Finalto Trading Limited about the new appointments. In March, Finance Magnates reported that the firm picked Angelo Martino as its new Vice President of Institutional Sales. Prior to the appointment, Martino supported Trade UK Limited as its Head Of Sales. Also, before working at, he worked for BMCE BANK International Plc as Vice President of Sales & Trading.

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