May 19, 2020 – FlexTrade Systems, the provider of multi-asset execution and order management systems, today announced that the former Spotex MD and Bloomberg Tradebook veteran joins as Director of Business Development, based out of the company's New York office.
Most recently, Paul was a Managing Director at technology provider Spotex, and a Director at TP ICAP. Prior to this, Paul has spent 17 years as a Global Managing Director Tradebook FX at Bloomberg. Whilst managing the global sales force, he launched the first electronic anonymous FX trading platform inside the Bloomberg ecosystem.
Paul Beatty, Director of FX Business Development, FlexTrade
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Paul Beatty made the following statement about his new role at FlexTrade: “I am truly excited to join a global leader within the trading technology space. I am proud to be part of a successful global company and I am looking forward to work with the global FX team and contribute to FlexTrade’s continued developments, whilst delivering the outstanding service and innovative solutions that clients need in order to support their strategic goals.”
Manish Kedia, Managing Director at FlexTrade Singapore stated: “We are very pleased to welcome Paul Beatty as FlexTrade’s Director of FX Business Development in New York. With his solid background from the financial technology industry and 20 years of experience in the FX market, Paul will be a great added value to the global team. This demonstrates our strong commitment to invest in our team and trading solutions, and constantly expand and have local presence in different parts of the world.”
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