Sean Cleary is set to leave Cboe FX, where he was global head of sales.
Profit & Loss understands that Cleary will be leaving his position at the end of May, and that Ben Leit, currently head of FX sales, Europe, will assume his role.
A spokesperson at Cboe FX says: “We thank Sean for his contributions, and wish him all the best in his future endeavors.”
Cleary has been global head of sales for Cboe FX since he joined the platform, which was formerly called Hotspot, in 2015.
Before that, he was the managing director and head of North American sales and liquidity at Currenex for over four years. Cleary has also worked as a director of e-FX sales at BNP Paribas and in business development for Sun Trading.
Prior to these roles, he spent more than three years as a senior account executive at Icap, one year as a retail broker at Morgan Stanley and four years as a trader at River North Investors.