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Mapping Out the Plan
Neill Penney, co-head of trading at Thomson Reuters, talks to Galen Stops about the recent changes in the firm’s FX business and details how it plans to continue developing it in 2017. There were some significant changes to Thomson Reuters’ FX business in 2016, with one of the most visible being the departure of Phil Weisberg in November, who had headed the FX business at the firm since 2012. With Weisberg leaving “to pursue opportunities outside the firm”, Thomson Reuters has re-structured its management, introducing a new business unit called Trading.

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