NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FlexTrade Systems (@FlexTrade), a global leader in multi-asset execution and order management systems, today announced the appointment of Paul Thomas as Vice President, FX Business Development with responsibility for both the buy-side and sell-side markets in the Americas.
“With the FX buy-side community looking to increase its aggregation and trading execution, FlexTrade is perfectly positioned to help them achieve these goals,” said Thomas. “Traders will benefit by utilizing FlexTrade’s award winning technology, multi-asset class trading capability, and industry leading advanced post trade transaction cost analysis (TCA).”
Based in FlexTrade’s New York office, Thomas comes to the company having spent more than 20 years handling FX sales and trading for an array of industry players. Most recently, he served as Manager of New York Foreign Exchange Sales for ED&F Man Group Capital Markets, where he provided dealing and market advisory services to a portfolio of top global hedge fund and institutional clients. Prior to ED&F Man, Thomas served as Director of Foreign Exchange Sales for INTL FCStone LLC, where he sourced and distributed bank and non-bank liquidity to institutional clients. Previously, Mr. Thomas has served in executive FX sales and relationship management positions at Citi, BNP Paribas, Commerzbank, and AIG Trading Group.
“I’m pleased to welcome Paul to our FX sales team,” said Bruce Wolf, Head of FX Business Development at FlexTrade. “His more than 20 years of experience in the FX market space will be indispensable as we expand our sales efforts in the Americas.”
About FlexTrade Systems
Founded in 1996, FlexTrade Systems is the industry pioneer in broker-neutral algorithmic trading platforms for equities, foreign exchange and listed derivatives. With offices in North America, Europe and Asia, FlexTrade has a worldwide client base spanning more than 200 buy-side and sell-side firms, including many of the largest hedge funds, asset managers, commodity trading advisors, investment banks and institutional brokers. For more information, visit FlexTrade Systems at www.flextrade.com.