Brendon Bigelli, a professional within the foreign exchange (forex) industry, has taken on a new role within the FX space, this time with Deutsche Börse’s 360TGTX in London, Finance Magnates has learned.
The move was made public on his LinkedIn profile, which shows that he joined the company last month in September as a spot and algo specialist and is based in the capital city of the United Kingdom, London.
Bigelli has joined 360TGTX from RBC Capital Markets, part of the Royal Bank of Canada, where he worked in institutional forex sales from November 2017 until September of 2019 – just under two years.
Bigelli’s career before 360TGTX
Before he was working at RBC Capital Markets, Bigelli spent slightly more than two years at HSBC. According to his LinkedIn profile, during this time, he was based in London and worked in eFX sales and liquidity management.
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Bigelli started off his career in the forex space back in May of 2013 when he joined, what was at the time, Thomson Reuters’ FXall business. Initially, he started off as a business analyst for the European, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.
After seven months in this role, he was promoted to the role of FX client relationship manager for the EMEA region. He stayed in this position for more than two years, before leaving to join HSBC Global Banking and Markets in November of 2015.
Bigelli joins Deutsche Börse’s 360TGTX around the same time that Henry Durrant left the company. As Finance Magnates reported, Durrant was named as the Assistant Vice President at FXSpotStream LLC, which provides a multi-bank foreign exchange (forex) streaming aggregation and matching service.
In his new role, Durrant is based in London. According to a report by Profit & Loss, as the AVP, he will report to Anthony Brocksom, who is the head of sales and new business at FXSpotStream.