Joel Borshof Examines Foreign Currency Exchange Developments Resulting From The Greek Debt Crisis

Joel Borshof, CEO of IMEX

Joel L. Borshof, President and founder of IMEX.

The company began 1989 based upon the principle that smaller and mid-sized companies deserve the same foreign exchange advantages traditionally enjoyed by the world’s largest firms and financial institutions.

Joel began his career with Commerzbank A.G.

He moved to J. Aron & Co. (now a division of Goldman, Sachs & Co.) where he established their foreign exchange trading desk.

Joel’s reputation as one of the foremost authorities in the field of foreign exchange, led him to progressively higher executive positions with other prestigious firms including Rothschild, Inc. and Farrman & Co., a unit of London based E.D.& F. Man, Ltd.

Joel co-authored the cross-rate currency futures contract for the Minneapolis, Twin Cities Board of Trade, which was approved by the United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

He has also written numerous articles and papers on the subject of foreign exchange and is a noted speaker for professional and corporate groups.

Joel received his MBA from Bernard M. Baruch College (City University of New York).

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