BidX Markets Sees Transition as James Roddy Concludes Role in Institutional Sales

by Tareq Sikder
  • In 2022 and based in London, Roddy oversaw client support and liquidity access at BidX Markets.
  • The firm recently appointed Harry Fry as the Head of Asia Pacific operations.
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James Roddy has concluded his tenure at BidX Markets where he played a pivotal role in Institutional Sales, as seen in his recent LinkedIn post.

James Roddy as Head of Institutional Sales

BidX, a provider of multi-asset liquidity solutions, expanded its executive team with the appointment of James Roddy back in June 2022 as the Head of Institutional Sales. Based in London during his tenure, Roddy reported directly to Simon Blackledge, the CEO of BidX.

In his role, Roddy focused on supporting clients with their trading needs, ensuring access to BidX's liquidity, and collaborating with the client service team. With over 20 years of experience in the financial industry, Roddy brought a wealth of knowledge to BidX, having previously served as the Sales Director of Institutional Sales at BOSONIC and as the Business Development Manager at VIBHS Financial UK.

BidX Taps Harry Fry for Key Position in APAC Operations

Finance Magnates reported that BidX has recently made strategic executive appointments. It includes the hiring of Harry Fry as the Head of Asia Pacific operations, aiming to bolster its institutional trading business. In his Australia-based role, Fry is entrusted with expanding the company's institutional client base across East Asia, South Asia, and Oceania.

His responsibilities include developing and fortifying relationships with institutional clients, implementing growth strategies, and ensuring regulatory compliance. Fry, with extensive experience in both retail and institutional trading, joined BidX from Invast Global, where he served as the Director of Prime Services for eight months.

In a statement, Fry expressed his focus on supporting existing clients and fostering business growth, emphasizing flexibility and client support. BidX's CEO and the Founder, Blackledge highlighted Fry's knowledge of the financial markets and his role in providing liquidity, risk management, and technological support.

BidX, regulated by the FCA, publicly launched its liquidity services in November 2021 and secured investment from Solid, a leading ultra-low latency multi-bank ECN provider, to strengthen their strategic partnership. The recent executive appointments aim to accommodate the company's expanding client base across various regions.

James Roddy has concluded his tenure at BidX Markets where he played a pivotal role in Institutional Sales, as seen in his recent LinkedIn post.

James Roddy as Head of Institutional Sales

BidX, a provider of multi-asset liquidity solutions, expanded its executive team with the appointment of James Roddy back in June 2022 as the Head of Institutional Sales. Based in London during his tenure, Roddy reported directly to Simon Blackledge, the CEO of BidX.

In his role, Roddy focused on supporting clients with their trading needs, ensuring access to BidX's liquidity, and collaborating with the client service team. With over 20 years of experience in the financial industry, Roddy brought a wealth of knowledge to BidX, having previously served as the Sales Director of Institutional Sales at BOSONIC and as the Business Development Manager at VIBHS Financial UK.

BidX Taps Harry Fry for Key Position in APAC Operations

Finance Magnates reported that BidX has recently made strategic executive appointments. It includes the hiring of Harry Fry as the Head of Asia Pacific operations, aiming to bolster its institutional trading business. In his Australia-based role, Fry is entrusted with expanding the company's institutional client base across East Asia, South Asia, and Oceania.

His responsibilities include developing and fortifying relationships with institutional clients, implementing growth strategies, and ensuring regulatory compliance. Fry, with extensive experience in both retail and institutional trading, joined BidX from Invast Global, where he served as the Director of Prime Services for eight months.

In a statement, Fry expressed his focus on supporting existing clients and fostering business growth, emphasizing flexibility and client support. BidX's CEO and the Founder, Blackledge highlighted Fry's knowledge of the financial markets and his role in providing liquidity, risk management, and technological support.

BidX, regulated by the FCA, publicly launched its liquidity services in November 2021 and secured investment from Solid, a leading ultra-low latency multi-bank ECN provider, to strengthen their strategic partnership. The recent executive appointments aim to accommodate the company's expanding client base across various regions.

About the Author: Tareq Sikder
Tareq Sikder
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About the Author: Tareq Sikder
A Forex technical analyst and writer who has been engaged in financial writing for 12 years.
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