Barry Calder is set to leave his role at Cboe FX in New York at the end of the year.
Calder, whose current title is director, liquidity management, co-founded the Hotspot FX platform in 2000 and worked in various roles as it was subsequently acquired by Knight Capital Group (KGC), BATS Global Markets and then most recently, Cboe in 2017.
“Barry has played an important role in the growth and evolution of Cboe FX. He has decided the time is right for him to pursue new opportunities. We have valued Barry’s dedication, keen insight and contributions over the years and we wish him all the best in his future endeavours,” says a spokesperson for Cboe.
Prior to starting Hotspot FX, Calder was the chief dealer and senior vice president at Banque National de Paris for just under 12 years and a vice president at Credit Suisse for over four years.