London-based BidX Markets, a multi-asset liquidity solutions provider, has strengthened its executive team with the latest appointment of James Roddy as the Head of Institutional Sales. He will be based in London and report directly to the BidX CEO, Simon Blackledge.

According to the announcement on Tuesday, Roddy will be responsible for supporting the clients of the company with their trading needs. Further, he will ensure smooth access to BidX’s liquidity and its client service team.

“I’m incredibly pleased to be joining BidX Markets, a firm I was drawn to due to the integrity the business is built on and the respectable work ethic that it has become well known for,” said Roddy in a statement.

“The firm is constantly evolving and enhancing its service offering to lead the way in terms of delivering the most advanced trading environment for professional traders.”

An Experienced Industry Executive

Roddy brings more than 20 years of financial industry experience to his new role. He joined BidX from BOSONIC, a California-based cryptocurrency company, where he was the Sales Director of Institutional Sales for five months.

Before that, Roddy was a Business Development Manager at London-based VIBHS Financial UK for six long years. He further gained working experience with brokerages during his time at ICM Capital, Valbury Capital and ODL Securities.

He started his career in the industry in 1997 with now TP ICAP as a Brokerage Assistant and later moved to BGC Partners in the role of Bond and Credit Default Swaps Broker.

Moves at BidX

Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA ), BidX have made few other significant hires over the recent months. It onboarded Robert Brown as the Head of Strategic Development and Arun Lakhani as the Operations Manager, Finance Magnates reported earlier.

“As a growing trading solutions provider, we have been expanding our team over the past months to maintain the highest level of service and support our professional clients have become used to,” Simon Blackledge, the Founder and CEO of BidX Markets, said.

London-based BidX Markets, a multi-asset liquidity solutions provider, has strengthened its executive team with the latest appointment of James Roddy as the Head of Institutional Sales. He will be based in London and report directly to the BidX CEO, Simon Blackledge.

According to the announcement on Tuesday, Roddy will be responsible for supporting the clients of the company with their trading needs. Further, he will ensure smooth access to BidX’s liquidity and its client service team.

“I’m incredibly pleased to be joining BidX Markets, a firm I was drawn to due to the integrity the business is built on and the respectable work ethic that it has become well known for,” said Roddy in a statement.

“The firm is constantly evolving and enhancing its service offering to lead the way in terms of delivering the most advanced trading environment for professional traders.”

An Experienced Industry Executive

Roddy brings more than 20 years of financial industry experience to his new role. He joined BidX from BOSONIC, a California-based cryptocurrency company, where he was the Sales Director of Institutional Sales for five months.

Before that, Roddy was a Business Development Manager at London-based VIBHS Financial UK for six long years. He further gained working experience with brokerages during his time at ICM Capital, Valbury Capital and ODL Securities.

He started his career in the industry in 1997 with now TP ICAP as a Brokerage Assistant and later moved to BGC Partners in the role of Bond and Credit Default Swaps Broker.

Moves at BidX

Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA ), BidX have made few other significant hires over the recent months. It onboarded Robert Brown as the Head of Strategic Development and Arun Lakhani as the Operations Manager, Finance Magnates reported earlier.

“As a growing trading solutions provider, we have been expanding our team over the past months to maintain the highest level of service and support our professional clients have become used to,” Simon Blackledge, the Founder and CEO of BidX Markets, said.