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Phil Weisberg

Weisberg Joins OneZero in Advisory Role

OneZero Financial Systems has announced the appointment of Phil Weisberg as strategic advisor.
Weisberg has extensive background in the institutional foreign exchange markets, most recently as managing director and global head of FX, rates and credit for Thomson Reuters, a firm he joined following its purchase of FXall, of which he was CEO.
“As an early innovator and advocate for market ecosystems, I have watched the evolution of oneZero as an industry participant and have been impressed with the talent, passion and integrity of their team,” says Weisberg.

Cryptocurrency Firm Taps FX Expertise for Advisory Board

Cryptocurrency liquidity provider B2C2 has announced the appointment of Peter Nielsen, Ruth Wandhöfer and Phil Weisberg to its advisory board.
Nielsen was previously CEO of markets in the investment bank at RBS. Prior to RBS, he spent 10 years at Bank of America and Citibank in their FX businesses. Weisberg founded FXall and became global head of Thomson Reuters FX business when the company bought FXall – while Wandhöfer is a regulatory and fintech expert. Managing director and global head of regulatory and market strategy at Citi.

AxiomSL Hires Weisberg in Advisory Role

AxiomSL, a firm that provides enterprise-wide technology and solutions for risk and regulatory reporting, and data management, hired Phil Weisberg as an advisor.

This is the first role that Weisberg has taken since leaving his position as managing director, global head of FX, rates and credit at Thomson Reuters, in November 2016.

Weisberg spent four years at Thomson Reuters, joining the firm when it bought FXall in 2012, where he had been CEO since the firm launched in 2001.

Prior to starting FXall, Weisberg worked at JP Morgan between 1989 and 2001 in a variety of FX-focused roles.

Weisberg Departs Thomson Reuters

Phil Weisberg, managing director, global head of FX, rates and credit at Thomson Reuters, has left the firm.

According to a company memo seen by Profit & Loss, Weisberg has decided to leave in order “to pursue opportunities outside the firm”.

The memo says that Michael Chin and Neill Penney have been appointed as the co-heads of the trading business within customer proposition in the wake of Weisberg’s departure. Sources say Penney will lead the FX group, while Chin will focus on the equities side.