FairXchange, a forex liquidity analytics firm partially owned by Christian Frahm’s United Fintech, announced on Thursday the hiring of Martin Bradford as the Chief Operating Officer.

“Being part of United Fintech has opened up a wealth of new opportunities for us, paving the way for the creation of our new COO role,” said Guy Hopkins, the Founder and CEO of FairXchange.

Bradford is a well-experienced finance professional, bringing more than two decades of industry experience to his new role. He has diversified experience within both the technology and finance space.

He explained in a statement that, at FairXchange, he will “help scale the company's noble mission of enabling more transparent Foreign Exchange trading for all market participants.”

Excellent Finance Background

He is joining the London-based fintech from London Stock Exchange Group where he spent almost three years as Solutions Business Director within the Data & Analytics division. There, he led the data platforms and services, delivering solutions.

Prior to that, he worked for Google and Microsoft in their financial services divisions. He spent two years and almost five and half years with those firms, respectively.

Bradford started his career in late 2000 with JPMorgan Chase. Additionally, he gained work experience in the forex industry while working for Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse, working as a Director of FX Prime Brokerage at both. On top of that, he was the European Head of Prime Brokerage Sales at RBS Global Banking and Markets.

“We are absolutely thrilled to welcome Martin to FairXchange,” Hopkins added.

“His track record speaks for itself, with deep experience and knowledge across capital markets, technology and data. He joins us at an incredibly exciting time of rapid growth and will play a central role in shaping our trajectory as we scale.”

FairXchange, a forex liquidity analytics firm partially owned by Christian Frahm’s United Fintech, announced on Thursday the hiring of Martin Bradford as the Chief Operating Officer.

“Being part of United Fintech has opened up a wealth of new opportunities for us, paving the way for the creation of our new COO role,” said Guy Hopkins, the Founder and CEO of FairXchange.

Bradford is a well-experienced finance professional, bringing more than two decades of industry experience to his new role. He has diversified experience within both the technology and finance space.

He explained in a statement that, at FairXchange, he will “help scale the company's noble mission of enabling more transparent Foreign Exchange trading for all market participants.”

Excellent Finance Background

He is joining the London-based fintech from London Stock Exchange Group where he spent almost three years as Solutions Business Director within the Data & Analytics division. There, he led the data platforms and services, delivering solutions.

Prior to that, he worked for Google and Microsoft in their financial services divisions. He spent two years and almost five and half years with those firms, respectively.

Bradford started his career in late 2000 with JPMorgan Chase. Additionally, he gained work experience in the forex industry while working for Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse, working as a Director of FX Prime Brokerage at both. On top of that, he was the European Head of Prime Brokerage Sales at RBS Global Banking and Markets.

“We are absolutely thrilled to welcome Martin to FairXchange,” Hopkins added.

“His track record speaks for itself, with deep experience and knowledge across capital markets, technology and data. He joins us at an incredibly exciting time of rapid growth and will play a central role in shaping our trajectory as we scale.”