LONDON, 7th July, 2021. Trade Finance Global (TFG) – the leading trade finance platform – has expanded its team with three new hires, to support the growth of the business across education, digitalisation and marketing.
Natasha Roston has joined the team as Head of Learning and Development to further TFG’s ambition in delivering trade education. With over a decade of experience in education and coaching, Natasha is leading team training, learning strategy and the delivery of educational programmes.
“After a decade of experience in education, I have joined the awesome team at Trade Finance Global (TFG) as their new Head of Learning and Development” said Roston. “I am absolutely delighted to start this new chapter, enabling others to grow in their careers and inspiring their full potential as we further our impact on trade education.”
TFG has also expanded its data science capabilities, with Vladislav Drigin joining the team. Vlad recently graduated with an MSc in Data Science from Manchester University following a BSc in Mathematics and Finance from York.
“Having completed my data science studies at university, I am excited to join the dynamic TFG team as a Data Analyst.” said Drigin. “Making decisions based on a data-driven approach is an integral part of international trade and trade finance, and I am passionate about making an impact at TFG as the business embarks on the next stage of its data-led journey!”
Joana Fabiao also joins the team as Marketing & Editorial Assistant. Joana launched her career last year as a Junior Consultant in the Marketing and Events division for the University of Westminster after completing studies in International Business.
“Graduating during the pandemic was incredibly challenging, to say the least.” said Fabiao. “Therefore, I am delighted to join the fast-paced environment of TFG. I could not be more thankful to the entire team, which has been incredibly supportive throughout. I have picked up invaluable industry knowledge in my first month and I am excited to continue my journey!”
Robin Abrams, Commercial Director at Trade Finance Global added: “This is an exciting point in TFG’s growth and we are looking forward to seeing what we can achieve in the next twelve months, as international trade recovers from the effects of the pandemic.”