QuantHouse, a provider of trading solutions, announced this Wednesday that it has made two key appointments to its leadership team, naming Emmanuel Carjat as Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Denery Fenouil as its Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
As the COO, Carjat is in charge of managing the operations of QuantHouse, particularly in the form of driving the continued growth of the business. During his career, he co-founded the Atrium Network in 2006.
In 2011, this was purchased by TMX Group and renamed as TMX Atrium. In 2017, the company was again acquired, this time by the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
Speaking on his new role, Carjat said: “over the past year I have seen the industry change and eagerly adopt new technologies, particularly around cloud-based operations, by outsourcing core infrastructure capabilities to third parties.
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“With its API Ecosystem store, dedicated datacenters, market data feeds and fibre optic network, QuantHouse provides all the building blocks required by quant traders so they can focus their time and resources on developing trading strategies.”
Denery Fenouil Returns to QuantHouse
Fenouil, on the other hand, is the co-Founder of QuantHouse. The appointment of CTO sees him return to the company, where he will focus on the development of software and technology.
With more than two decades worth of experience with designing and building technology solutions, Fenouil’s return spells good news for the company. During his career, he has been instrumental in shaping the company as he was the designer and architect of its low latency market data technology.
Commenting on his return, Fenouil added: “It is with great pleasure that I rejoin the QuantHouse fold. Since the buyback from S&P in 2017 QuantHouse has achieved immense growth and recognition from the industry for the tools and services, it provides to the quant trading community.
“I look forward to aiding QuantHouse in its on-going growth and transformation as it becomes the de facto trading environment for quantitative traders.”