Industry veteran Bill Marsden has joined EBS in London as head of G10 currencies, according to an internal memo seen by Profit & Loss.
Marsden, who has worked in the foreign exchange markets for more than three decades, joins EBS from Thomson Reuters, where he managed the liquidity sales team for the Matching platform.
At EBS he will focus on strategic initiatives across G10 currencies to increase volumes and encourage flow through EBS’s platforms, working in collaboration with the firm's regional sales teams.
Marsden says in the memo: “It is an exciting time to be working in FX as momentum in the market continues to grow. EBS has a great name in the market and I am delighted to have been given the opportunity to help further increase the company’s profile in G10. I am looking forward to re-establishing relationships with contacts in the interbank market.”
During his time at Thomson Reuters, Marsden led a raft of strategic initiatives, including the launch of new products to the non-deliverable forwards and options market. He was also involved in the migration and integration of FXall products with the Matching and Dealing platforms in the UK.
Marsden previously worked as a senior spot FX broker at Exco International and at Tullett Prebon, and has worked in the Far East, New York and Johannesburg.