FlexTrade Taps LSE Executive Manuela Bauer to Bolster Multi-‎Asset Sales

Her tenure at LSE also encompassed ‎working at the ‎group’s Capital Markets division in London and Milan‎.

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.‎

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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.‎

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