Former FXCM Institutional Sales Head Joins Algo Trading Firm Deltix

Paulina Alenkina is continuing her career in the industry by joining a software company focused also on trading.

Paulina Alenkina, the former Head of Institutional Sales & Trading for Eastern Europe at FXCM PRO and Fastmatch, has joined Deltix. The company has been committed to delivering trading technology which enables research and development of advanced quantitative research strategies.

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Alenkina has taken the position of Director of Business Development at the algo trading company, capitalizing on her vast experience at FXCM and Fastmatch, where she spent 4 years.

Paulina Alenkina, Deltix
Paulina Alenkina, Director of Business Development at Deltix

Before joining the institutional business of FXCM, Alenkina worked for two years as a senior sales associate at the brokerage. She was developing business relationships with clients from the U.S. and Russia.

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The new venture where Alenkina just started working according to an update on her LinkedIn profile is Deltix. The company provides several products for identifying trading opportunities and trading them.

Deltix supports a multitude of asset classes including equities, futures, options and FX. The company’s solutions focus on the complete life cycle of a trade – from data collection and aggregation, via model development, back-testing, optimization, simulation, and deployment to production trading.

The main products of Deltix are QuantOffice and QuantServer. The first is focused on the development, back-testing and optimization of trading ideas. Traders can create their strategies by using market data (Level 2, Level 1 tick, intra-day and daily data), fundamental and digitized news.

QuantOffice is the trading software company’s solution for deploying the strategies to the market by translating the trading conditions into FIX orders, which are executed on a direct market access (DMA) basis.

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