The technology provider of order management systems (OMS) and multi-asset execution solutions including across foreign exchange markets, FlexTrade Systems, today announced from its Singapore location three new appointments across Asia-Pacific for Vice President of Business Development positions.
“Considering the growth of electronic trading in the area, it became paramount for us to expand our sales presence with a more regional focus.”
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According to the update, Tim Wong – who joins FlexTrade from TradingScreen – will be based in the company’s Hong Kong office, and will focus across North Asia on the firm’s execution management systems (EMS) offering for multi-asset sales in the region. Mr. Wong has more than ten years of experience in selling multi-asset trading solutions in Asia, after related positions with Bloomberg, and subsequently at his last role with TradingScreen for five years, before taking on the new role with FlexTrade.
Based in the company’s Singapore office, Maroof Khan will also focus on multi-asset EMS sales within South East Asia, and joins from Bloomberg LP where he spent two years selling related EMS products in Singapore, the Philippines and India, according to the FlexTrade press release. Prior to that role, Mr. Khan held multiple roles across Instinet’s global operations over a five-year period.
Dan Enstedt will help spearhead the establishment of the company’s business operations in Australia and New Zealand, and brings with him over ten years experience in the electronic trading space including in FinTech, with prior positions at SS&C technologies in Singapore, Dion Global Solutions in Sydney, and Neonet Securities in Europe.
Commenting in the company’s press release, Manish Kedia, Managing Director of FlexTrade Systems’ Singapore entity, said: “Considering the growth of electronic trading in the area, it became paramount for us to expand our sales presence with a more regional focus.”
“With Tim in North Asia, Maroof handling South East Asia and Dan covering Australia and New Zealand, FlexTrade is well positioned to improve our client services and support across the region,” Mr. Kedia added.