New Canaan man who headed Forex firm dies at 46
Updated 9:55 am, Wednesday, September 16, 2015
A New Canaan CEO of a Forex firm who also launched an on-line trading firm died at age 46 Monday morning.
New Canaan Police Lt. Jason Ferraro said there were no signs of foul play. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner is conducting an investigation, Ferraro said.
Stamford attorney, Mark Sherman, a family spokesman, released the following statement: “Mitchell Vazquez was an accomplished businessman and pioneer in the global foreign exchange market. He was also a loving father, step-father, and life partner to his fiancée.”
Vazquez was chief executive officer of GCI US in New York, a registered Forex Firm, according to a biography on forex-markets.com.
The biography described Vazquez as one of the “pioneers,” in the on-line currency trading industry, starting Global Capital Investments in 1996, a currency trading firm serving both U.S. and international clients.