Ryan Peterson Joins oneZero as Director of Institutional Business Development

FX veteran specialist Ryan Peterson has joined oneZero Financial Systems as its Director of Institutional Business Development. He will be

ryan2FX veteran specialist Ryan Peterson has joined oneZero Financial Systems as its Director of Institutional Business Development. He will be based out of the Greater Chicago area.

Over the past 18 months, we have seen oneZero transitioning from an MT4 specific vendor to an institutionally targeted solutions provider. oneZero’s footprint as a provider of direct bank aggregation, centralized risk control and back-office integrations has been expanding rapidly since the launch of their “Hub” product in Q3 2014. Last November, FX Transparency partnered with oneZero Financial Systems, bringing its institutional solutions suite to the retail forex broker industry via oneZero’s products.

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In his new role as the Director of Institutional Business Development, Mr. Peterson will focus on expanding oneZero’s institutional order routing product lines in partnership with direct banks and clearing entities. Ryan brings with him 8+ years of experience developing and deploying institutional grade infrastructure within the Retail FX space.

onezeroRyan joins oneZero most recently from Direct FX Trading, having worked there since late 2013. Prior to Direct FX, Mr. Peterson has also held senior roles at MB Trading, Peregrine Financial Group, and R.J. O’Brien dating back to 2003.

Forex Magnates reached out to Andrew Ralich, CEO of oneZero, for a comment on the addition of Ryan to the team: “We are really excited to bring Ryan on-board as we continue to expand our business in the institutional space. Ryan’s experience working directly with Buy-side LPs will help to address a growing demand for oneZero technology as a backbone for enterprise-grade order routing for Retail FX and institutional clients.”

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