360TGTX, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Deutsche Borse Group which provides liquidity services to both buy-side and sell-side clients from across the globe hires a new spot and algo specialist. The move as first made public via changes made to the executive Mr. Brendon Bigelli’s LinkedIn profile. According to his profile, he began his term at the firm last month and is based out of the firm’s office located in London, United Kingdom.
Before taking up his current role of spot & algo specialist at 360TGTX, Bigelli served as a part of institutional fx sales at RBC Capital Markets in their Toronto office. RBC Capital Markets is an Investment banking division with special focus on Capital Markets and Finance operations and is a part of Royal Bank of Canada, one of the world’s leading banking and financial service provider with branches in many major global markets – North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific region.
Royal Bank of Canada is the tenth largest bank worldwide and 5th largest in the North American region based on market capitalization. Before his tenure at RBC Capital Markets, he served at HSBC Global Banking and Markets for two years and served as a part of HSBC’s eFX Sales and Liquidity Management team based out of the firm’s London office during his tenure there. He started his career as a Business Analyst for EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa) market region at Thomson Reuters FXall in the firm’s London office back in May of 2013. He served as a part of the FXall team for two years and seven months and was promoted to the role of FX Client Relationship Manager for EMEA in September of 2013 and held on to the role until his resignation from the firm. The news of the appointment of a new executive at 360TGTX comes shortly after the announcement of the resignation of Henry Durrant who was formerly a part of the firm’s e-FX liquidity management team for nearly one and a half years.
Durrant Left 360TGTX, to join US-based multi-bank forex streaming aggregation and matching service provider FXSpot Stream LLC as its new Assistant Vice President. According to online news media reports, Durrant’s tenure at FXSpot Stream began on the 1st of October 2019 and will be based out of the firm’s office in London where he will be reporting directly to Anthony Brocksom – Head of Sales and New Business.
Similar to incoming executive Brendon Bigelli, the outgoing executive Mr. Henry Durrant is relatively new to the forex market as both executives have been a part of the financial services industry for just more than five years now as per information provided in respective individuals LinkedIn profile. It should also be noted that both executives have crossed paths in their career before given the fact that both executives were serving in Thomson Reuters as a part of the FXall team for nearly two years – late 2013 to mid-2015.