Edgewater Markets, a leading FX technology solutions provider, announced today the rehiring of Jerry Chan as eFX Manager in the London office. Chan first joined Edgewater Markets in 2015 in its Singapore office.
According to the official announcement, the recent announcement follows a series of hires made by the company in New York, Mexico City and London to boost its sales, client support and technology departments.
Jerry Chan started his professional career in London with the Bank of East Asia and then joined the Rhicon Currency Management firm in Singapore. Chan also held a management position with BidFX as a Technical Account Manager in Singapore. He decided to return back to the UK to rejoin Edgewater Markets.
“These are truly exciting times at Edgewater, and I am thrilled to be back on the team. I look forward to leading the European eFX, API and e-Trading efforts from our London office. The pandemic has fundamentally shifted the way we work, and the technology innovation Edgewater Markets has made has evolved dramatically. I look forward to delivering a unique product and service to our EMEA customer base,” Chan said.
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Finance Magnates earlier reported about the joining of James Oliver as the Director of Precious Metal Sales at Edgewater Markets. Additionally, the company recruited Jonathan Abrahams as the Director of Quality Assurance. Edgewater Markets plans to take advantage of Chan’s knowledge of the company’s proprietary pricing and analytical technology.
Commenting on the recent announcement, Emanuel Georgouras, Head of Europe at Edgewater Markets, said: “We are extremely excited to have Jerry re-join the Edgewater team. His knowledge of our proprietary pricing and analytical technology combined with his programming skillset will allow us to service our clients more effectively, delivering the unique solutions they require. We look forward to leveraging Jerry’s new ideas, strategies, and skillsets.”
Chan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and Statistics from The University College of London.