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Englander Joins Standard Chartered Steven Englander has joined Standard Chartered as G10 head of FX research and North American macro strategy. This new appointment comes shortly after Profit & Loss reported earlier this month that Englander has left his role at Rafiki Capital, an investment advisor based in Hong Kong that specialises in global macro strategy. Englander has been with Rafiki since June 2017, prior to which he spent seven years at Citi, where he was head of G10 FX strategy in the bank’s New York office. Englander has also worked as the chief FX strategist for the Americas at Barclays Capital and spent eight years with Citibank/Salomon Smith Barney, where he was global currency economist based in London.
Weisberg Joins OneZero in Advisory Role OneZero Financial Systems has announced the appointment of Phil Weisberg as strategic advisor. Weisberg has extensive background in the institutional foreign exchange markets, most recently as managing director and global head of FX, rates and credit for Thomson Reuters, a firm he joined following its purchase of FXall, of which he was CEO. “As an early innovator and advocate for market ecosystems, I have watched the evolution of oneZero as an industry participant and have been impressed with the talent, passion and integrity of their team,” says Weisberg.
Wolf Leaves FlexTrade

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Wolf Leaves FlexTrade

Bruce Wolf has left his role as head of FX business development at FlexTrade. Based in the company’s headquarters in New York, Wolf was responsible for managing sales and business development for FlexTrade’s FX trading solutions for both the buy side and sell side markets. Prior to joining FlexTrade last year, Wolf spent over four years as global head of banks and brokers sales at EBS. Before joining EBS in 2013, Wolf worked at Integral Development as managing director, head of Americas, for over two years.
Chesterman Joins Stater in COO Role Mark Chesterman has joined Stater Global Markets in a newly created COO role. Chesterman joins from IG Institutional, where he spent 14 years in a variety of different roles, most recently as COO. As part of his remit at Stater Global Markets, Chesterman will work closely with CEO, Ramy Soliman on global expansion plans and new product development and he will also oversee the day-to-day activity of the firm. oliman comments, "Mark played a key role in IG's rapid growth into a FTSE 250 organisation and the world's largest spread betting and CFD brokerage. His extensive experience in trading, operations and management is tailor-made for our requirements. Mark headed up IG's institutional division, overseeing liquidity management and working closely with banks, hedge funds and brokers.
Tse Joins Citi

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Tse Joins Citi

Calvin Tse has joined Citi as head of the bank's North American FX strategy. Based in New York, Tse joins from Capula Investment Management, where he had worked as a macro strategist since June 2016. Prior to that, Tse work for Morgan Stanley as an FX strategist in New York, London and Hong Kong. He joined the bank in 2009 and at the time of his departure in 2016 Tse held the position of head of US FX strategy and was based in New York.
Margolis Handed New Role at Citi Adam Margolis, formerly the global head of FXLM bank sales at Citi in London, is now the head of FX advisory at Citi Private Bank in Singapore. He has been with Citi since 2010, initially joining the bank as head of EMEA FX bank sales. Prior to that, Margolis spent 10 years at Goldman Sachs, where he worked as vice president responsible for FX sales to financial institutions.
Two Leave ANZ’s FX Business Market sources tell Profit & Loss that two staffers in ANZ’s FX business have left the firm. The sources say that Paul Kenney and Rob Guerin have both left the firm in Sydney as part of a wider reorganisation of the business. Guerin is a 20 year veteran of ANZ, having joined the firm in 1998 on the FX sales desk. Kenney, meanwhile, was an associate director on the FX trading desk, having joined the bank in 2007 and was last on the G10 and EMEA desk.
eFX Pioneer Estes Leaves BNY Mellon Richard Estes has left BNY Mellon after 23 years with the US bank, according to sources. Based in New York, Estes had most recently held the position of managing director, FX markets, prior to his departure. Estes started his FX career in 1987 at JP Morgan, where he spent more than eight years, mainly in FX sales roles. He joined BNY Mellon in 1995 as vice president, FX sales. In 1999, Estes helped design and launch one of the first Internet-based client-to-bank FX trading platforms - iFX Manager - and subsequently helped negotiate the sale of the multi-bank licensing rights for the platform to the then-nascent FXall group in 2000.
Krueger Joins Saxo

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Krueger Joins Saxo

Saxo Bank has hired Eric Krueger to the new position of global head of client services, effective from 2 July. He will report directly to Damian Bunce, CCO. In this new role, Krueger will be tasked with developing Saxo's client relationships and the infrastructure serving those clients. He assumes the overall responsibility of leading the global client services organisation to further improve the firm’s client service. Krueger joins after nine years at Barclays, where he most recently served as managing director and head of cash execution sales for the EMEA region. Before joining Barclays in 2009, he also worked at Merrill Lynch for 11 years in various leadership positions focusing on program trading and electronic trading.
Englander Leaves Rafiki Steven Englander has left his role as head of research and strategy at Rafiki Capital Management. Englander had been with Rafiki, an investment advisor based in Hong Kong that specialises in global macro strategy, since June 2017. Prior to that he spent seven years at Citi, where he was head of G10 FX strategy in the bank’s New York office. Englander has also worked as the chief FX strategist for the Americas at Barclays Capital and spent eight years with Citibank/Salomon Smith Barney, where he was global currency economist based in London.