IS Prime Secures Paul Jackson as Director of Sales

Jackson joins the company from CFH Clearing.

IS Prime, a provider of prime brokerage and multi-asset execution, announced this Tuesday that it has recruited Paul Jackson, the former Director of Sales at CFH Clearing, as its Sales Director.

In his new role at IS Prime, which is part of ISAM Capital Markets, Jackson will have a “global remit” and report directly to the company’s board, the statement said.

The iFX EXPO is Back in Limassol!

He joins the firm with more than two decades worth of experience in the financial markets. Specifically, he spent the past five years at CHF Clearing as the Director of Sales. As part of this role, he had the responsibility of assembling and managing sales.

Suggested articles

The Rising Star of the DeFi Project, GIBXSwap, Passes CertiK Security AuditGo to article >>

Paul Jackson’s Career Before IS Prime

Prior to this, Jackson held the role of Group Sales Manager at LMAX Exchange from July of 2011 until May of 2014, his LinkedIn states. During his career, which began in 1995 according to his profile, he has also held senior sales roles at CMC Markets, as well as spent more than a decade as a foreign exchange (FX) trader at both CMC Markets and NationsBank.

Raj Sitlani of IS Prime
Raj Sitlani, Managing Partner of IS Prime

Commenting on the appointment, Raj Sitlani, Managing Director at ISAM Capital Markets said: “We are delighted to welcome Paul to IS Prime. His industry knowledge across multiple asset classes, extensive network of contacts and proven track record in institutional sales will be invaluable in driving our business forwards as we continue to gain market share in all key territories.”

Before he commenced his career in the financial industry in December of 1995, Jackson studied at the University of Luton in 1994 until 1995, where he studied Business and Leisure Management.

“I am thrilled to be joining IS Prime as Sales Director. IS Prime has grown significantly over the last few years and I am looking forward to helping them continue with their success,” Jackson added.

Got a news tip? Let Us Know