Finance Magnates learned on Tuesday that Andy Young, the Global Head of Solution Sales for the capital markets department at Colt Technology, has left the firm.
A spokesperson for the financial technology provider confirmed that Young had left the company but would not provide any other information.
“We can confirm Andy Young has left Colt Technology,” a company spokesperson told Finance Magnates, “but we can’t discuss this any further at the moment.”
Finance Magnates also reached out to Young for comment but, at the time of publication, no response was forthcoming.
The now-former Colt Technology executive was at the company for almost twenty years.
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Almost two decades with Colt Technology
He joined as an Account Director back in 2003, having spent the prior three years as an Account Manager with the now-defunct telecommunications company WorldCom.
After working for almost five years as an Account Manager, Young became a Sales Manager in 2007.
He spent another four years in that role before, in July of 2012, becoming a Client Director in Colt Technology’s financial services division.
Over the next few years, Young continued to work in a variety of senior sales roles within the technology company’s financial services department, focusing particularly on capital markets.
Just under two years ago, in March of 2017, Young was promoted to what would be his final role at the firm – Global Head of Solution Sales, in the company’s capital markets division.