FIXI plc Names David Freeman as Head of Retail Forex

Tom Tragett has also joined the broker as Chief Market Analyst.

FIXI plc, an FCA regulated institutional forex broker, has secured David Freeman as its head of retail forex. Freeman has been with the firm for three months, originally working in sales.

David Freeman, FIXI plc
David Freeman
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Specifically, Freeman was the Global Head of Sales for FIXI, a position that he held for two months at the broker. He joined the firm in July of this year and started out as head of sales. Freeman has a strong background in forex and sales. During his career, he has headed up desks and sales team. He also ran his own business, Sterling Knight in London for more than 13 years.

Before joining FIXI, Freeman was a Sales Associate at Black Pearl Securities LTD where he worked for three months. He has also held sales-based positions at Central FX and First Rate FX. Freeman also started and ran his own business Sterling Knight, a provider of physical delivery forex to corporate clients. In 2015 he sold his majority shareholding to his business partners.

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Tom Tragett Joins FIXI as Chief Market Analyst

Also joining FIXI this month is Tom Tragett as Chief Market Analyst. Tragett is an experienced currency strategist who is skilled in forex options, options and capital markets. He joins the company with more than three decades worth of experience. In 1979 he kickstarted his career in trading as a customer forex trading at Williams and Glynns Bank.

Tom Tragett, FIXI plc
Tom Tragett
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Following this, Tragett moved on to be a Senior Trader and Manager at Long Term Credit Bank of Japan. Here he worked for more than three years in London between January 1995 until February 1998. In this role, he managed and traded all G10 forex currencies.

Most recently, he was the Chief Executive Officer at Currency Data Services Limited, a position he has held since July last year. Throughout his extensive career, he has also held positions at Fleet Street Publications, ODL Securities, RZB London and Asahi Bank London where he was the chief forex trader.

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