Gold-i Adds Three New Developers to Strengthen Matrix Offering

The new recruits will focus on expanding the functionality of Gold-i’s multi-asset liquidity management platform, Matrix.

Gold-i, a trading systems integration specialist for the financial services ‎industry, has reinforced its operations with the addition of three new senior developers, including Ava Teleri, Tim Seebold, and Martin Winch.

The new recruits have joined Gold-i with ‎immediate effect, and the company says they will be instrumental in accelerating its momentum through 2019 and beyond. The three developers bring together over 50 years of combined experience spanning gaming and finance industries.

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Ava Teleri comes to Gold-i from the gaming sector, while Tim Seebold has held several software development roles with different financial firms, including at Sage and Microgen financial systems. In turn, Martin Winch brings a wide range of experience and insight to his new position due to his previous work across the networking and telecommunications industries.

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Gold-i says its primary focus will be setting up a strong leadership team and ensure to get those key hires in place with a focus on expanding the functionality of the company’s flagship product, Matrix. As part of a team led by Richard Bidgood, they will help deliver new features to the multi-asset liquidity management platform, focusing on stability and improved performance.

Gold-i’s Matrix suite of products is described as the company’s most significant products since its inception. They enable clients to access and manage multi-asset liquidity, including FX, CFDs, and cryptocurrencies, or distribute multi-asset liquidity to clients.

Commenting on the new hires, Gold-i CEO Tom Higgins said:  “With Ava, Tim and Martin in our team, we are adding considerable expertise from a range of industries which will help us to enhance the existing functionality of the product and introduce additional features to provide added value to clients in new markets.”

He added in an accompanying statement: “Our Dev & Quality Assurance team is now 15 people strong, accounting for almost half of Gold-i’s employees. This reflects our focus on continuous innovation and our commitment to driving the industry forward with market-leading software.”

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