LiquidityBook Taps Sean Sullivan as Chief Revenue Officer

The CEO of the financial information exchange platform provider said: “Sean is a proven financial technology industry leader.”

LiquidityBook, a provider of FIX (Financial Information Exchange) and OMS (Order Management System) trading solutions for both sell and buy sides announced today that Sean Sullivan has been hired as its new Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). Sullivan will report directly to the company’s co-founders Rick Goldenberg and Kevin Samuel.

Before joining LiquidityBook, Mr. Sullivan spent more than 20 years working in the financial technology industry. Previously he was CRO of REDI Global Technologies, which is an independent financial technology company providing execution management systems (EMS). Before that, Mr. Sullivan spent almost ten years at Eze Castle Software, a company that specializes in the automation of investment cycles, achieving the rank of head of sales. Sullivan has also worked for Thompson Reuters and Information Systems, where he became the Global Head of Sales.

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Sean Sullivan, LiquidityBook
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Kevin Samuel, LiquidityBook CEO, said: “Sean is a proven financial technology industry leader, and we’re thrilled to be able to add him to the team. He brings a tremendous amount of experience, as well as a proven track record in helping firms like ours take their business to the next level, which we believe we’re poised to do”.

Finance Magnates reached out to Mr. Sullivan for comment on the new appointment, but as of press time no reply was forthcoming.

LiquidityBook was founded in 2005 to give traders more choice by offering instant messenger-based trading. A few months ago Finance Magnates reported that LiquidityBook started a partnership with CBOE to expand its service offering for traders.

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