Ian Tyler Exits Gain Capital UK Board and Joins Dacxi as New Chairman

Ian Tyler steps down from Gain Capital UK Board as it reshapes its management and board organisational structure.

Dacxi, an Australian/Singapore crypto exchange, has recruited Ian Tyler as its new Chairman as he exits from Gain Capital UK Board as an Independent Non-Executive Director.

Finance Magnates recently learned from Ian Tyler’s LinkedIn profile that, Tyler, an experienced Bank Treasury Executive and professional services Partner with deep markets, treasury and regulatory expertise, has been named by Dacxi, a community exchange for buying, selling and trading cryptocurrencies, as its new Chairman as he leaves Gain Capital UK Board.

Since 2020 Gain Capital has been reshaping its organisational structure at its management and board level. This has been taking place since StoneX acquired the organisation. Tyler stepping down is another step in this process.

Exploring Tyler’s Vocational Past

Concurrently, Tyler serves four organisations, including FMCR, Treasury Spring, NPL Markets as a Senior Advisor and Non-Executive Director for Makaris Strategies.

Prior to joining Daxci, Tyler became a Non-Executive Director for GAIN Capital and Treasury Spring. In April 2021, Treasury Spring advanced his role to Senior Advisor.

Also, he served Alvarez & Marsal for more than five years. Initially, he joined as MD of Financial Industry Advisory Services. Later, In November 2017, the global professional services firm elevated him to Senior Advisor where he specialised in prudential risk, treasury and strategy. This was alongside being Chairman at Lintel Financial Services Ltd.

Earlier in November 2011, Tyler was named Partner of Financial Institutions Treasury Advisory in Banking & Capital Markets at Deloitte.

Before that, Tesco Bank recruited him as Group Treasurer in July 2008. He assisted RBS to sell the bank to Tesco and buy out the RBS stake, and much more.

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Moreover, he rejoined The Royal Bank of Scotland for another eight years in three roles from an earlier role. He began as Senior Manager of Group Treasury. After six years, the bank promoted him to Head of Non-Trading Market Risk Management. Another twenty-one months later, he became Group Head of Capital.

In February 1999, NatWest hired Tyler as a Senior Manager for Group ALM.

Also, he spent over four years as Treasury Liaison Manager for the Royal Bank of Scotland from November 1994.

Tyler’s career began as Barclays in 1984 on the Barclays graduate management development programme. He spent ten years with the bank at major London branches, with a temporary stay at the main branch in Nairobi, Kenya. From there, he returned as a Manager of Capital Management. His successes led to further opportunities, including as Senior Treasury Manager and Senior Project Manager.

 

 

 

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