This Thursday smartTrade Technology, a provider of multi-asset electronic trading technology, announced that it has strengthened its senior management and sales team in order to further drive growth by modifying the priorities of its Chief Business Development Officer and onboarding a new Global Head of Sales.
Lionel Sancenot joins smartTrade technology as the Global Head of Sales. He brings almost two decades worth of experience in the financial industry. In his new role, which according to his LinkedIn actually commenced in November, he will assume the management of Sales Operations.
During his career, he has worked in senior-level positions, such as Managing Director of Amundi Services at Amundi, Head of Business Development Financial Markets at IRESS and Executive Vice President at SunGard Financial Systems.
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Commenting on his new role, Sancenot said: “I’m very pleased to join a company such as smartTrade, which possesses a strong track record, a unique technology and great solutions. I am looking forward to scaling up the capabilities in terms of sales in order to support our clients’ expansion and projects.”
smartTrade is entering into a new stage of growth
smartTrade Technologies has been growing its operations in recent years. Now, the company is entering into a new stage of growth and is looking to continue its expansion into new regions.
To achieve this the firm has put its Chief Business Development Officer, Annalisa Sarasini, in charge of its Business Development strategy and lead the company through this next stage, the statement said.
David Vincent, the CEO of smartTrade said: “I’m delighted to welcome Lionel to smartTrade, I’m sure his experience will add great value to our team. I’m also looking forward to working closely with Annalisa and benefitting from her strategic vision to support our expansion. These changes will be extremely beneficial for our clients and partners which in turn will assist in the development of the company.”