FlexTrade Systems, a specialist in multi-asset execution and order management systems, has appointed Manuela Bauer to the position of EMEA’s Multi-Asset Sales Director, the company said in a statement.
Based in the company’s headquarters in New York, Manuela will be tasked with business development for FlexTrade’s newly launched Fixed Income EMS across continental Europe. She will also be responsible for putting in place the necessary operating structure for further strengthening FlexTrade’s capability in multi-asset class sales.
Ms. Bauer will report to Andy Mahoney, FlexTrade’s Head of Sales for EMEA. In conjunction, she also will work closely with the buy-side to enable the technology provider to scale and accelerate growth.
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Prior to FlexTrade, Manuela was previously responsible for buy-side sales across Germany and the Nordics at MTS, London Stock Exchange Group’s electronic fixed income trading markets. Her tenure at LSE also encompassed various posts including working at the group’s Capital Markets division in London and Milan.
Announcing the appointment, Andy Mahoney, Head of Sales for EMEA at FlexTrade, said: “We are delighted to welcome Manuela to the sales team at FlexTrade. Her experience in fixed income and extensive network on the buy-side in continental Europe ensures our pipeline will continue to grow throughout 2018.”
“After an exceptionally strong 2017 and the launch of our fixed income platform, Manuela is the perfect addition to the cross-asset sales team going into 2018,” concluded Mahoney.
FlexTrade Systems was in the news earlier this year after the company upgraded its EMS offering with a new product, known as FlexAlgoWheel, which provides a wide range of order characteristics through a data-driven interface that incorporates real-time internal and external inputs.
Global investment managers supported the solution since the consolidation of equities, FX, listed options, futures, or any combination is essential on the same platform in order to ensure smooth functioning. The multi-asset execution management system can also be tailored for global access to broker algorithms, as well as the ability to build proprietary algorithms.