FX Veteran Paul Lonsdale Retires, Leaves Deutsche Börse’s 360T

Lonsdale retired in March of this year, leaving his role as liquidity manager, Americas at 360T.

Paul Lonsdale has retired from his role of liquidity manager, Americas at 360T, the foreign exchange (forex) subsidiary of Deutsche Börse, after 24 years in the industry, Finance Magnates has learned.

According to his LinkedIn profile, Lonsdale retired in March of 2019 after having worked at 360T for a year. During his tenure with the firm, he was based in San Diego, California in the United States.

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Before he was working for the forex platform, Lonsdale was a Partner at Lucid Markets, which was acquired by FXCM, where he was employed for nine years. During his time with the company, he was based both in London and San Diego.

Paul Lonsdale’s Ventures in the FX Space

Throughout his career, which has spanned for more than two decades, Lonsdale held a number of roles in the FX space. From 2007 until 2008, he was a Quantitative FX Portfolio Manager for Bluecrest Capital Management (London) Hedge Fund. In this role, he was a senior high-frequency algorithmic forex trader.

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Lonsdale commenced his career in 1995 when he joined UBS as a proprietary forex trader, his LinkedIn states. After one year with the Switzerland-headquartered bank, he went on to co-found Horizon Investment Services Hedge Fund in 1996.

Two years later in 1998, he then went onto establish Lonsdale Capital Management CTA, where he was the owner and systematic forex portfolio manager until the company was sold to GCM.

After working four years as a senior systematic portfolio manager at Graham Capital Management Hedge Fund from 2001 until 2005, Lonsdale went on to be the founder of another company – Zephyr Currency Partners.

For two years, lasting from 2005 until 2007, Lonsdale was the owner of the company as well as a high-frequency forex portfolio manager until the company was sold to Bluecrest who he then went on to work for in 2007.

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