May is proving to be a month of senior level appointments at Integral Development Corporation. Just last week, following the creation of a new position in order to maintain an effective go-to-market strategy for newly developed products and services, ex-EBS executive Ian Doull was appointed as Managing Director of Product Marketing at Integral’s New York headquarters.
Signaling further growth, the company has appointed what it refers to as the second senior industry talent to join Integral within as many weeks as David Faulkner comes on board in the capacity of Global Segment Head, Banks.
Mr Faulkner will be focused on further innovating on Integral’s products and services for that particular segment of the market and orchestrate the work of a variety of internal stakeholders to deliver additional synergies to customers. Mr Faulkner also joins from EBS where he spent the last nine years in various executive roles, culminating in leadership of EBS’s Prime Brokerage business. Prior to his tenure at EBS, Mr Faulkner traded spot FX at a series of financial institutions including Nomura International PLC. He will be based in Integral’s London office.
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“As we are experiencing ongoing rapid growth, we have a need for senior people with a strategic view that are focused on the success of specific customer segments,” said Harpal Sandhu, CEO, Integral Development Corporation in a company statement. “I am very pleased that David has decided to joins us in such a capacity to head up the bank segment, an area of the market he knows like no one else. Our customers will reap the benefits from his broad experience and dedication to excellence in customer service.”
“Having worked as an employee of banks, and at EBS servicing banks, I am now extremely happy to lead an Integral team with the same focus,” said Mr Faulkner. “I believe that Integral, a neutral technology solutions provider, is best positioned to deliver the most attractive business solutions to this market segment. Cloud-based FX services is where the market is heading and where future growth will be.”
In addition, Thomas F. Koslowske has joined Integral as director, hedge fund sales. He will be based in the firm’s New York office. Mr Koslowske has more than 15 years of experience selling to the institutional and hedge fund sector. His professional background includes institutional sales positions at Hotspot, FXMarketSpace, ABN Amro, and Goldman Sachs among other firms.
Mr Sandhu commented “I welcome Thomas to Integral. He will be as strong addition to our New York-based team.”
The influx of a series of senior level new blood at Integral is set to continue according to the company’s growth plan for this year in order to keep pace with requirement as the open FX platform continues to gain market share. In line with corporate growth, the company is also keen to maintain control over its intellectual property, having been granted U.S. Patent No. 8,417,622 this week which covers, among other things, processes for electronic order execution.