14 May 2018 - CFH Clearing has appointed Andy Biggs as Head of Liquidity, in a newly created role to bring an even stronger analytical focus to its award-winning liquidity offering.
Andy joins the FCA regulated firm from IS Prime, where he was Head of Liquidity for the last three years and was instrumental in building the IS Prime liquidity offering from the ground up. Prior to that he was in institutional sales roles at both Sucden Financial and ICM Capital.
Andy Biggs, Head of Liquidity, CFH Clearing (Photo Source: Linked In)
In his new role, Andy will manage CFH teams in London and Hong Kong and will also work in partnership with CFH’s technology team in Copenhagen. His remit includes developing CFH’s liquidity suite, advising clients on the most appropriate tailored liquidity solutions and managing relationships with Liquidity Providers.
Matthew Maloney, CEO, CFH Clearing comments, “Our focus is to have the very best liquidity offering in the industry and we are therefore thrilled that Andy has chosen to join CFH Clearing. We believe he is the very best in the industry and are excited about the added value he will bring to our clients, with an enhanced focus on highly tailored liquidity solutions.”
Andy Biggs adds, “Joining CFH Clearing is a fantastic opportunity for me. CFH has all the ingredients for a best of breed liquidity offering. They have top tier liquidity, strong PB relationships, a solid balance sheet with a $3 billion market cap and an exceptional technology team who have built all the firm’s technology. I’ll be using my expertise to further strengthen their offering, ensuring that all clients are matched with the optimum liquidity to support their individual needs.” CFH Clearing is part of Playtech’s financial division, TradeTech. The globally renowned firm helps institutional clients with their complete liquidity and technology requirements, with access to a choice of platforms and a range of technology including risk management and reporting tools. CFH Clearing has over 400 institutional clients in over 80 countries and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). For further information, please visit www.cfhclearing.com
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