Exegy, a provider of managed services and technology for low-latency market data, today announced the addition of Scott Wilson to its team of senior account managers.
Wilson is tasked with global responsibilities for sales of Exegy products and services for electronic currency markets and will report directly to chief operating officer, Rod Arbaugh.
Prior to joining Exegy, Wilson held positions as a senior trader, portfolio manager, managing director and global head of FX sales at top tier firms including GFTA, JP Morgan, UBS, Bank of America, and Nomura. He was also the co-founder and president of Financial Market Solutions, a provider of FX trading platforms and matching engines.
CEO Rod Arbaugh said: “We are delighted to have Scott join our exceptional team of senior sales professionals. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from both buy-side and sell-side firms, as well as an impeccable reputation within his broad network”.
We are delighted to have Scott join our exceptional team of senior sales professionals.
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Exegy provides market data feed coverage for 38 electronic currency trading venues and continues to execute an aggressive roadmap to add new feeds and venues to its portfolio.
The firm’s hardware-accelerated appliances and API also provide powerful aggregation and filtering options that enable users to construct customized views of liquidity across trading venues.
The speed, power and operational elegance of its fully managed solutions has been endorsed by leading players in the FX markets on both the buy-side and sell-side.
Wilson added: “Exegy has established itself as the premier provider of low latency market data solutions in global equities, commodities, and derivatives. With their recent investments in features and feed handlers for the FX markets, they are well-positioned to be a dominant vendor in the space.”
Finance Magnates last reported on Exegy after it expanded its coverage of the FX industry with the addition of six new feed handlers to its expanding list, including connections to BAML, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Nomura and RBS.