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Liquidity.net Promotes Tim Rudland to Head of Institutional Trading

by Solomon Oladipupo
  • Rudland was previously a Liquidity Manager at the liquidity provider.
  • The executive brings about 20 years of experience to the role.
Liquidity.Net Promotes Tim Rudland to Head of Institutional Trading
Tim Rudland is now Liquidity.net's Head of Institutional Trading
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Liquidity.net, a London-headquartered multi-asset liquidity provider, has promoted Tim Rudland, who was previously its Liquidity Manager, to Head of Institutional Trading. Rudland fulfilled his previous duty for a year and one month from November 2021.

Rudland, whose role is based in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, announced his promotion on Monday on LinkedIn. The executive has about 20 years of trading and institutional sales experience in mostly London-based roles.

Mukrram Ali, Liquidity.net’s Managing Director described Tim’s promotion as “a natural decision.”Tim did a great job of owning the liquidity space, from setting up bespoke streams on the pricing engine, better monetizing the overall flow, and his experience obviously helped make the decision much easier,” Ali told LiquidityFinder.

ThinkMarkets, a London and Melbourne-headquartered multi-asset online broker, launched Liquidity.net in September last year as its new institutional unit targeted at banks, brokers, hedge funds and asset managers. The unit is registered with and regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority.

Rudland's Career Journey

Before Liqudity.net, Rudland was the Vice President of Institutional Sales at FXCM Pro, a wholesale execution and liquidity solutions provider. He joined the institutional brokerage firm in May 2021 and spent two and half years there.

Between 2002 and 2016, the executive also worked for a number of top brokerage firms including at GKFX, a Malta-based securities brokerage company, as well as Alpari (UK) Limited and CMC Markets, two global forex and CFD brokerage brands.

He spent three years and eight months at GKFX, first as the Assistant Head of Trading and later as the UK Head of Trading, both between 2015 and 2018. Before then, he was at Alpari for almost six years. He joined the forex and CFD broker as a Senior Trader in May 2009 and was promoted to Assistant Head of Trading in October 2013.

Moreover, Ruland spent two and a half years at Saxon Financials as a Proprietary Trader, System Analyst and Developer, and later as a Metal Trader, all between late 2006 and January 2015. Furthermore, he worked for CMC Markets between November 2004 and November 2006, and with MOL Tankship Management (Europe), a multi-modal transportation group, as the Purchasing Officer between April 2002 and November 2004.

Liquidity.net, a London-headquartered multi-asset liquidity provider, has promoted Tim Rudland, who was previously its Liquidity Manager, to Head of Institutional Trading. Rudland fulfilled his previous duty for a year and one month from November 2021.

Rudland, whose role is based in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, announced his promotion on Monday on LinkedIn. The executive has about 20 years of trading and institutional sales experience in mostly London-based roles.

Mukrram Ali, Liquidity.net’s Managing Director described Tim’s promotion as “a natural decision.”Tim did a great job of owning the liquidity space, from setting up bespoke streams on the pricing engine, better monetizing the overall flow, and his experience obviously helped make the decision much easier,” Ali told LiquidityFinder.

ThinkMarkets, a London and Melbourne-headquartered multi-asset online broker, launched Liquidity.net in September last year as its new institutional unit targeted at banks, brokers, hedge funds and asset managers. The unit is registered with and regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority.

Rudland's Career Journey

Before Liqudity.net, Rudland was the Vice President of Institutional Sales at FXCM Pro, a wholesale execution and liquidity solutions provider. He joined the institutional brokerage firm in May 2021 and spent two and half years there.

Between 2002 and 2016, the executive also worked for a number of top brokerage firms including at GKFX, a Malta-based securities brokerage company, as well as Alpari (UK) Limited and CMC Markets, two global forex and CFD brokerage brands.

He spent three years and eight months at GKFX, first as the Assistant Head of Trading and later as the UK Head of Trading, both between 2015 and 2018. Before then, he was at Alpari for almost six years. He joined the forex and CFD broker as a Senior Trader in May 2009 and was promoted to Assistant Head of Trading in October 2013.

Moreover, Ruland spent two and a half years at Saxon Financials as a Proprietary Trader, System Analyst and Developer, and later as a Metal Trader, all between late 2006 and January 2015. Furthermore, he worked for CMC Markets between November 2004 and November 2006, and with MOL Tankship Management (Europe), a multi-modal transportation group, as the Purchasing Officer between April 2002 and November 2004.

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