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Liam Hudson

Hudson Exits FenicsFX

Profit & Loss understands that Liam Hudson, global head of electronic FX at Fenics, recently left the firm. Hudson joined the BGC-owned business in August 2018 after an eight-year spell at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where he was global head of FX e-commerce. Prior to BAML Hudson also had senior e-FX roles at Barclays […]

Hudson Joins BGC

Profit & Loss understands that Liam Hudson is joining BGC Partners to run its e-FX businesses, including Fenics FX, which was launched last year, MidFX and the electronic FX options offering.
Hudson was last at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in London where he was global head of e-FX for more than eight years.
Hudson joined BAML from Barclays, a firm he joined when it took over the FX business interests of Lehman Brothers. At Lehman, he spent seven years in the e-FX business, including helping develop the FXLive platform as well as the firm’s algo execution capabilities.

BAML e-FX Head Leaves Bank

Market sources tell Profit & Loss that Liam Hudson has left his role as managing director and global head of FX e-commerce at Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML).
Hudson joined BAML in London as head of e-FX trading in February 2010 and took over the FX e-commerce offering generally four years ago.
Prior to joining BAML, Hudson was head of e-FX trading for the Americas at Barclays in New York as well as director of its algorithmic execution business.