LiquidityBook, a provider of FIX and OMS trading solutions for both the buy and sell-side, has added James Pearson and Abdullah Al Nasiri to its business team for the EMEA region.
Pearson and Al Nasiri come to LiquidityBook with more than 20 years of combined experience in trading technologies.
Pearson lands at LiquidityBook as a technical implementation analyst, having spent the last 13 years at Schneider Trading Associates, where he most recently served as Head of IT. Al Nasiri comes to the company after nearly two years working with Fidessa in various roles for their equity and derivatives trading platforms.
The new hires will be tasked with the development and oversight of LiquidityBook’s technology architecture, with an emphasis on its SaaS-based platform. In this capacity, Pearson will play a key role in onboarding projects, working closely with both internal developers and external clients. At the same time, Al Nasiri will work in the client support group.
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LiquidityBook has been actively recruiting talents for its business development units. Earlier last year, the company hired Andre Meintjes to join its APAC team as it opened a new office in Sydney to support expansion in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.
More about LiquidityBook
LiquidityBook’s LBX is an OMS/PMS/FIX order routing platform which is offered as SaaS-based product, and delivered via AWS’s cloud architecture. As such, it caters to the users’ varying demands, including hosting, remote connectivity, back up of firm trading, and position data.
LiquidityBook’s technology, which can be integrated into existing trading systems, provides the buy- and sell-side with the ability to enhance their client relationships and participation in the global markets, creating new revenue streams and reducing costs. The list of its services covers the full trade lifecycle, including order management, portfolio management, execution management, FIX network connectivity, compliance, and pre- and post-trade processing.
Commenting on the hires, Sean Sullivan, Chief Revenue Officer at LiquidityBook, said: “More and more, we find that talented individuals are coming from legacy business models. The appeal for them is the opportunity to work with new and more cutting-edge platforms that will benefit their careers for years to come. James and Abdullah both come to us with strong resumes of unique skills, and we look forward to them having a great impact on our ability to scale and deliver our products to match the growth of our business in EMEA.”