Louis RocheFounder & CEO

Areas of Expertise
  • Futures Trading
  • Restructuring and turnaround
  • Fintech Integrations
  • Currency Hedging
  • M&A transaction specialist
  • Exchange Trader Examination Eurex Deutschland
  • Chief Market Analyst Global Capital Markets S.A
  • ISO Worldpay, AIB, Barclays, Woohoo Pay Ireland

Louis Roche has spent the last number of years working within the Fintech Industry. Hailing from County Cork Republic of Ireland, louis recently returned to Ireland after many years working within Capital markets in the Middle East, Africa, Asian, North America and Eastern Europe.

Simplifying International Trade With Financial Solutions. FX Risk Management, International Payments & Trade finance.

During his years on the road, louis has held positions such as Senior Trading Specialist for Markets.com and iForex.com. Louis moved on an upward to hold the position of Chief Market Analyst for Global Capital Markets Trading in Johannesburg South Africa & calling the Brexit vote / result and GBP/USD market movements / volumes on Middle Eastern TV. During those years , louis completed his Trader and Entrance Examination to the German Deutsche Borse , London and Chicago Stock Exchanges. 


  • Australia Retail Sales Fall More Than Expected In June

    Australia’s retail sales declined more than expected in June, preliminary data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics revealed on Wednesday. Retail sales decreased 1.8 percent month-on-month in June, in contrast to a 0.4 percent rise in May. This was also bigger than the economists’ forecast of -0.5 percent. Food retailing was the only industry to

    July 21, 2021
  • UK Budget Deficit Narrows In June

    The UK budget deficit narrowed in June as the economy started to recover, yet the borrowing was the second-highest on record for the month, the Office for National Statistics said on Wednesday. The public sector net borrowing decreased GBP 5.5 billion from the last year to GBP 22.8 billion in June and was below the

    July 21, 2021
  • China Keeps Loan Prime Rates Unchanged

    China left its benchmark lending rates unchanged on Tuesday after the central bank lowered its reserve requirement ratio last week. The one-year loan prime rate was maintained at 3.85 percent and the five-year loan prime rate at 4.65 percent. The one-year and five-year loan prime rates were last lowered in April 2020. The one-year loan

    July 20, 2021

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New York, Pennsylvania 01234, United States

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