Finance Magnates has learned that John Marchese, a Sales Director with experience in the trading technology and financial services industries, has made his way 360T, the foreign exchange (forex) unit of Deutsche Borse, to head the company’s North American corporate sales team.
According to his LinkedIn profile, Marchese has joined the forex trading provider 360T as the Head Of Corporate Sales, North America. Since 2002, he has been in the trading industry and held a number of roles within the industry ranging from prime brokerage, forex, and sales.
In his own words, Marchese is a: “Driven, top-performing Sales Director with a proven track-record of exceeding results in the trading technology and financial services industries. Excels in building deep, long-standing relationships with clients, and going the extra mile so they can achieve their goals. Skilled in Sales, Client Relationship Management, Foreign Exchange (FX), Currency Trading, Trading Systems, and Prime Brokerage.”
Marchese before 360T
Marchese started off his career at AllianceBernstein, a global investment management and research firm, where he was a Trading Assistant. Here he was employed for little over a year and worked in the Greater New York City Area.
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He then moved onto UBS where he worked in the investment bank unit from March 2003 until September 2004. While at the firm, he was a Prime Brokerage Specialist.
Staying in the prime brokerage area, he left UBS to pursue opportunities at Bear Stearns & Co. The company was a New York-based global investment bank, securities trading and brokerage firm that failed in 2008.
While here Marchese held two roles, according to his LinkedIn. Firstly he was a Prime Brokerage Product Specialist for two and a half years before moving on to be a Prime Brokerage Integration Manager for just under a year and a half up until June 2008.
During his career, Marchese was also more recently working at Refinitiv’s FXall, an institutional foreign exchange trading platform. Here, he spent almost 11 years of his career, most recently serving as the director of senior FX transaction sales.
He originally began his tenure with the company in 2008, after Bear Stearns, as a relationship manager. In 2012 FXall was acquired by Thomson Reuters and has been a subsidiary of the company since then.