The institutional unit of GAIN Capital, GTX has on-boarded a new seasoned hire in London. The company hired industry veteran Henry Durrant who joins from Mitsubishi UFJ. He is going to assume a Directorial role in the London office responsible for liquidity management.
The liquidity management of GTX is tasked with the optimization of liquidity for clients before they start trading live via the company’s Electronic Communications Network (ECN). The team also services the needs of clients on an ongoing basis after that.
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Durrant will join GTX effective from April 19, 2018. He is coming to the firm from Bank of Tokyo, Mitsubishi UFJ, where he worked in the electronic FX group. Before joining the Japanese bank, Durrant was employed by Thomson Reuters in hedge fund sales, FXall, and DealHub.
Based in London premises of GAIN institutional business GTX, Durrant will be reporting to the company’s Global Head of Liquidity, Stephen G. Reilly.