The COO of BullionVault was referred to Redfish Technology, as the technology recruiter of choice for this critical hire. BullionVault provides private investors around the world access to the professional bullion markets, at the lowest costs for buying, selling and storing gold and silver.
Seeded in 2003, the BullionVault service developed the software and raised approximately £3.5m in equity funding for acquiring the gold bars and currency for operation over the next two years. The accessibility, safety and value of bullion afforded by BullionVault quickly made the service popular, and the business traded profitably in its first year of trading (2005). With a strong foothold in Europe, the U.S. was the logical next place to focus on market expansion.
Miguel Perez-Santalla was directly recruited by Rob Reeves. Hand-picked for his 30-year expertise in trading precious metals and foreign currency, including spot delivery, forward delivery and options as well as international banking and payments. His education is in Business Law, Operations Management & Accounting, as well as Foreign Exchange & Commodities Trading.
Miguel’s management skills span entrepreneurial individual contributor to private enterprise team management, developed through growing senior and vice president roles in which he was responsible for business development, sales, and marketing.
“Rob Reeves is a great person and a positive influence. He coached me along the process to the obvious fruit of our labor. Though he represented BullionVault he never lost sight that he was dealing with a person with real concerns. His honesty and professionalism are an asset for both sides of the job search spectrum,” said G. Miguel Perez-Santalla, VP of Business Development at BullionVault.
Since taking on his role of VP of Business Development at BullionVault, Miguel has been actively delivering the message of BullionVault’
Mr. Perez-Santalla hosts a radio show called New York Markets Live (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/
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