GTX hires Henry Durrant as its new Director

GTXThe institutional arm of GAIN Capital, GTX has hired Henry Durrant as its new Director, Liquidity Management and will assume the role effective immediately. He will be based out of London office and will report to Stephen G. Reilly, Global Head of Liquidity, GTX. He will mostly overlook the liquidity management operations of the firm. 

GTX’s liquidity management system optimizes liquidity for clients before the start live trading through the company’s Electronic Communications Network. The team also manages various service needs of clients on an ongoing basis after that.

Henry is a seasoned industry veteran and joins GTX from Director, Liquidity Management where he worked in the electronic FX group. Prior to this, he was with Thomson Reuters in hedge fund sales, FXall, and DealHub.

GAIN Capital was founded in 1999 with a clear mission: to provide traders with low cost access to foreign exchange markets. Since then, we have expanded our product offering and global reach, and now provide 140,000+ retail and institutional investors with access to OTC and exchange-traded markets.

The businesses include global CFD and FX brands and City Index; and futures group, which provides access to the world’s major commodity and derivatives trading on over 30 global exchanges.

GAIN Capital is headquartered in Bedminster, New Jersey, and has a global presence with 800+ staff across North America, Europe and Asia Pacific.