State Street has made a new hire at its foreign exchange (FX) platform, Currenex, this time bringing in Daniel Flowerdew as its newest FX Sales specialist for the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) regions, Finance Magnates has learned.
Mr. Flowerdew’s role with Currenex is tendered with immediate effect, and will see him stationed in London. His move to State Street’s Currenex snaps a two-year stint at Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML).
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Prior to joining Currenex, Mr. Flowerdew worked at BAML in its Global FX Sales division for over two years, since mid 2013. Additionally, he has garnered several other sales-related roles across the financial industry. These include stops at Integral Development Corp, TradingScreen, and HiFX, dating back to 2004. The vast majority of his career has been focused on the EMEA region in particular.
The hire at Currenex is the second such move over the past six months. Back in May, State Street secured the services of John Schoen as its Managing Director of Product Development at Currenex. In his new role as the Managing Director of State Street’s Currrenex operations, Mr. Schoen has been based out of New York, where he has since reported to Rick Schonberg, State Street’s Senior Managing Director and Global Head of Product for Trading – North America.