Mathew Kuppe, the co-founder of 360T, the foreign exchange (forex) subsidiary of Deutsche Borse, has been appointed as the adviser to 360T’s group executive board, Finance Magnates has learned.
According to his LinkedIn profile, Kuppe has been in this new position since January of this year and is based in Sydney of New South Wales, Australia, moving from Singapore.
At 360T Kuppe has held many roles since he co-founded the company with Christoph Perger, Moritz von der Linden and current chief executive Carlo Kölzer. His most recent role was the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of 360T Asia Pacific.
His role as head of 360T APAC lasted for more than 12 years, where he was based in Singapore, after kick-starting the company’s business in Asia in 2006. Over the next 12 years, he expanded the business to 15 countries and five regional offices.
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Before he was the CEO of the company’s APAC operations, Kuppe was the Chief Technology Officer for 360 Treasury Systems AG from January of 2000 until October 2006.
Before co-founding Deutsche Borse’s FX subsidiary, Kuppe was working at the IT Manager at Newcourt Financial, a role he held for a year from 1999 until 2000, his LinkedIn states.
Prior to this, he spent two years spanning from 1997 until 1999 at Financial Network Services. Here, Kuppe again had an IT-focused role, this time as an IT Manager.
John Marchese Joins 360T in NA Sales
Kuppe’s change in position is one of the latest executive moves at 360T. His new position also came in the same month that John Marchese, a Sales Director with experience in the trading technology and financial services industries, made his way 360T, to head the company’s North American corporate sales team.
In January, Marchese joined the forex trading provider 360T as the Head Of Corporate Sales, North America. Since 2002, he has been in the trading industry and held a number of roles in the sector ranging from prime brokerage, forex, and sales.