Fortex Technologies Inc. announced on Monday that is has secured Andy Neiman as the Director of Relationship Management. Neiman is the company’s latest senior hire, and will be responsible for the expansion of its FX electronic communications network (ECN) business.
Neiman joins Fortex with an extensive professional background in client-facing roles. His previous experience includes positions at JPMorgan Chase & Co., Standard Chartered Bank, National Australia Bank, and EM4X. During his time at these firms, Neiman significantly contributed to their growth in the eFX space and respective global franchises.
The role of Director of Relationship Management will focus on expansion and Neiman will work with Jason Young, Head of Institutional FX to achieve this. Their focus will be particularly on growing the company’s FX ECN business and current eFX offering to cater to new client segments.
Neiman will also be responsible for managing clients and liquidity providers’ relationships and help grow the business across the Americas. Due to his native language being Spanish, he will focus particularly on the Latin American region.
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Commenting on the appointment of Neiman, Jason Young said: “Andy’s solid experience on sell-side eFX desks is a great asset for us and will further enable us to pursue our growth initiatives in multiple regions. We expect him to be a key element in the ongoing adoption of our technology and trading platforms across all client segments.”
Latin America Focus
Fortex has been sharpening its focus on Latin America in recent years. Neiman grew up in Buenos Aires, Argentina and he is the latest hire for the company with a Latin America focus. He will be based in the company’s offices in New York City.
In August last year, Fortex also appointed Paulina Osorio Pérez as its Director of Sales for the Latin American market. Pérez joined the company from Thomson Reuters, where she worked as the Director of Sales, Markets and Relationship Management.
Fortex is the world’s leading ECN platform. The platform has a daily volume of up to $12 billion in currency, metals, energy and CFD trades.