Global Executive Team

Skander Malcolm

Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director

Skander Malcolm joined OFX in February 2017 as CEO.


He has more than 23 years’ experience in financial services including payments technology platforms in both established and emerging markets. As President and CEO of GE Capital (ANZ), he led a team of more than 4,500 employees with an emphasis on delivering sustainable growth and operational excellence. While in the UK, Skander Malcolm launched the country’s first and largest digital personal loan business, Hamilton Direct Bank, which grew to more than £3 billion in its first five years. While at GE, he also facilitated GE’s largest ever volunteer donation to OzHarvest and bolstered participation in employee volunteering by 40%.


He holds a Bachelor of Economics from University of Sydney and was selected by the Chairman for GE’s most senior Executive Development Program.

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Adam Smith

Chief Operating Officer

Adam Smith commenced his role as Chief Operating Officer at OFX in October 2015 and Director of UKForex Limited from July 2017.

Adam has more than 20 years of experience in top tier financial institutions, most recently as Co-Head of ANZ ETFS.   Prior to his current role, Adam has held a number of commercial and operational positions within ANZ Global Markets, Macquarie Group and Deutsche Bank.  Adam combines a strong background in financial markets products with an extensive knowledge of business support functions such as product development, technology, operations, risk and finance. 

Adam has a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Sydney and a Master of Business (Finance) from the University of Technology (Sydney).


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Neville Lacey

‎Head of UK and Europe

Neville Lacey commenced his role as Head of UK and Europe at OFX in December 2015.

Neville has more than 20 years of experience in FX and financial institutions, most recently as Head of Risk and Compliance at Global Reach Partners Limited. Prior to his current role, Neville spent a large proportion of his career at Moneycorp holding a number of commercial and operational positions within the organisation. Neville has a strong compliance background having held Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) and FCA Control Functions (CF10 and CF11) in his previous roles as well as oversight and responsibility of business support functions such as operations, risk, compliance, middle office and settlements. 

Neville is also on the Executive Committee of the Association of Foreign Exchange and Payment Companies (AFEP) where his principle responsibility is managing the relationship and strategy with HMRC (Her Majesty`s Revenue and Customs).